Admission, Membership, or Sea Cruises at East End Seaport Museum (Up to 54% Off). Six Options Available.

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Up to 54% Off
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What You'll Get

Choose from Six Options

Admission Options

  • $11 for museum admission for two, plus $10 credit in the gift shop ($14 value)
  • $22 for museum admission for four, plus $20 credit in the gift shop ($28 value)

Membership Options

$25 for a family Household membership ($50 value)

  • Basic Benefits of membership, including a membership card, invitations to special events, member-only trips, and a 10% discount in the gift shop
  • Eligible for a 20% discount on a U.S. Lighthouse Society membership

$50 for a family Crew Membership ($100 value)

Cruise Options

$170 for a cruise and Crew membership for two ($290 value)

$79 for a two-hour tour and Crew membership for two ($170 value)

  • Long Beach Bar (Bug) Lighthouse Tour & Ferry for two ($70 value)
  • Family Crew membership ($100 value)

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Membership option for members that have not been active in 12 months or longer. Reservation required for lighthouse cruise and subject to availability. Gift shop credit cannot be combined with any other offer or discount. Not valid in combination with promo codes. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services. Offer is not eligible for our promo codes or other discounts.

About East End Seaport Museum

East End Seaport Museum specializes in local history and maritime mysteries. One mystery that has long plagued locals is how the restored local lighthouse earned the nickname "Bug Light." In a room dedicated to the landmark, the museum has the answer: originally built in 1870, the lighthouse rests on screw piles; when the tide was out, it looked like a giant water bug. Case closed. Here are some other revelations the museum has in store:

  • Size: Four permanent history exhibits, flanked by a host of experiential extras.
  • Eye Catcher: the 750-gallon saltwater aquarium, alive with local sea creatures. Fish are a part of maritime history, too, and not just because they carry all of our boats on their backs.
  • Permanent Exhibits: the blacksmith shop. Inside the rustic, shack-like building—a replica of an 1870s one—weekend visitors find a real blacksmith at work on a real forge. Sparks literally fly.
  • Don't Miss: the narrated lighthouse cruises of the area, which has a higher density of lighthouses than anywhere else in the US. It gets visitors out on the water, amidst brisk sea breezes even the best museum's air conditioning can't re-create.

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