NYC - The Official Guide

South Street Seaport Museum

Advertisement

The South Street Seaport Museum consists of five ships at Pier 16, a working 19th Century letterpress shop, a fine-gifts store and multiple exhibitions that bring to life New York City's history through its role as a major world port, trade hub and place for cultures to come together. Picturesque cobblestone-lined streets, historic buildings from the early 1800s, exceptional views of the Brooklyn Bridge and Brooklyn Heights, the tall ship Wavertree and tours on the schooner Pioneer and tugboat W.O.Decker.

Pier 16, Seaport District NYC, South St. at the foot of John St.; office: 12 Fulton St.
Manhattan, NY 10038
  (212) 748-8600

NYC and Company Member

Attractions
Historic Sites & Landmarks
Maritime/Waterfront
Museums and Galleries
Culture & History
Accessibility
Hours of Operation
Days Closed
Mondays
Tuesdays
Miscellaneous
City Views
Kid Friendly
Services
Senior/Student Discounts

Advertisement

From Our Partners