- Family Activities
- Fall Lecture Series
- Ellis Antique Show
- Haunted Whale Ship
- New Year's Eve Bash
- Moby-Dick Marathon
- Annual Events
- Sailors' Series
- Whaling History Symposium
- Scrimshaw Weekend
- Community Programs
- NY Portuguese Film Festival
- Lecture: Otelo Saraiva de Carvalho
- Fado from Portugal
- Past Programs
Signifying the Whale
A crowd-sourced exhibition based on a Flickr group pool and a "Whaling History Symposium" presentation.
Fans: A Link Between Cultures
From fly swatter to a symbol of royalty, the fan has witnessed dramatic changes in its historical timeline.
Arctic Voyage of the Polar Bear
April 1913 through September 1914 the schooner Polar Bear took nineteen men from Seattle up through the Aleutian Islands, around Alaska, and to parts of Siberia.
Prescott Collection: Small Region, Wide World
The photographic story of a world of comfort and leisure represented is a reflection of a particular time and place.
William Bradford: Sailing Ships & Arctic Seas
Online centennial exhibition showcases the works of marine, Arctic painter William Bradford