What You'll Get
For $12, today's side deal gets you one general admission to Mystic Seaport: The Museum of America and the Sea in Mystic, Connecticut (up to a $24 value, varies according to age and military and/or student status).
- Explore the maritime history of the United States
- Climb aboard historic tall ships, check out the new tugboat exhibit, and more
- Working preservation shipyard
- Peruse a diverse selection of other galleries and exhibits, including new additions
- Museum store offers books, gifts, and apparel
- View beautiful plant life at Mystic Seaport's gardens
- Nearby dining (not included in the Groupon)
- Dubbed "the museum of America and the sea," the 79-year old Mystic Seaport complex encompasses an entire waterfront settlement, capturing the look and feel of a 19th-century seafaring village…Few visitors fail to be enthralled by something in this place that so deeply evokes maritime's golden age, so plan to set aside at least 2 or 3 hours -- if not an entire day -- for exploring. – Frommer's
- Very enjoyable place to take the family and to learn lots about ships and sailing the sea. The exhibits are fantastic. – Diane H., Yelp
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 27, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 4 per person. Valid for general admission only. No cash back or refunds. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Mystic Seaport
The fresh breezes that buffet Mystic's shoreline probably feel much the same as they did 150 years ago, so it's a fitting place to find America's nautical history resurrected. Called Mystic Seaport: The Museum of America and the Sea, includes 19 acres of exhibition space. In addition to the museum proper, the complex hosts a recreated 19th-century sea-faring village, a working shipyard, and extensive gardens that blanket the grounds. Live museum staff lead demonstrations and performances throughout, even welcoming guests aboard the National Historic Landmark vessels moored in port. On Wednesdays through Mondays, captains take visitors out on the water in a coal-fired steamboat to experience the river and town from a different angle. They also rent out their small boats seasonally, to visitors who can comfortably handle being in charge of a boat. When tired of ship studying and naval gazing, guests can head to the Treworgy Planetarium and turn their eyes to the stars, learning how to chart courses in the manner of ancient captains, modern astronauts, and late-night deliverymen.