What You'll Get
Choose from Four Options
- $179 for a one-week session of Bay Days Summer Camp for one child ($290 value)
- $5 for admission for two ($10 value)
- $10 for admission for four ($20 value)
- $39 for a one-year family membership for two adults and two children ($100 value)
Explore a restored 1888 oyster sloop, the history of wrecks and rescues, an authentic Bayman’s home, or nearly 100 antique boats on display from around the island. Membership includes free admission to the museum, access to special events, and discounts on educational programs. Members also receive a Council of American Maritime Museums card for free admission to more than 80 maritime museums in North America.
Starting the week of June 29, day camps run throughout the summer and feature activities that cover a variety of ecological and historical topics for kids in grades 1–5. Click here for more information on the camps.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. New members only for membership option. Limit 10 per person. Limit 2/household/family for camp option; limit 1 per household/family for membership option. Limit 1/visit. Must activate membership option by expiration date on your Groupon; membership expires 12 months from activation date. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required for camp option; subject to availability. Camp option valid for students entering grades 1-5. Admission options must be used in 1 visit, valid for 1 general museum admission only; not valid for special events and festivals. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About The Long Island Maritime Museum
The Long Island Maritime Museum records, restores, and displays the history and story of life on the water of Long Island. The main building of the campus occupies the former Meadow Edge estate, and other historical nautical buildings from around the island have been transplanted to its grounds. These structures include exhibits such as the Wrecks & Rescuers exhibit, based on the annals of the United States Life-Saving Service. They also contain the Edward Smith Library of local nautical history and a collection of 19th- and 20th-century boat-racing trophies.
The museum's prized possession does not reside on dry land, though. In the nearby harbor, a fully restored 1888 oyster sloop named Priscilla can still venture out into the bay for both public and private sails.