WELCOME BACK TO TUCKERTON SEAPORT!
Visit the Lighthouse and Pop-Up Gift Shop at the Lighthouse, plus stroll the outdoor boardwalk to enjoy our new Self(ie) Guided Scavenger Hunt and Nature Trail as well as featured outdoor and indoor exhibits. We are open Saturdays, Sundays, Mondays, and Tuesdays 10am-5pm. Masks are required inside the Lighthouse. Masking has been eased onboard, outdoors, and in our out buildings where families can visit on their own. The Seaport Staff will continue to wear masks while interacting with guests. Bathrooms are available both in the Lighthouse and aboard the boat. We look forward to welcoming you back!
Summer Boat Rides
Tuckerton Seaport now offers boat rides 5 days a week throughout the Summer! The Ferry to LBI will be running Saturday-Sunday-Monday. One Hour Creek Tours will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays, both departing and returning to Tuckerton Seaport only.
We are also offering Breakfast on the Bay from 9am-11am on Thursdays starting July 29. Start the day off right at the Dockside Café; guests will choose from 4 breakfast platters plus coffee or orange juice. Then enjoy a ride on the creek while a Seaport guide delivers an immersive tour of the art, history, and environment on Tuckerton Creek and lower Barnegat Bay.
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Tuckerton Seaport & Baymen’s Museum serves as a showcase for New Jersey’s coastal culture. Come discover why Tuckerton is more than a museum. It’s an experience!
Tuckerton Seaport Members receive exclusive benefits as part of their membership such as complimentary admission to all of our festivals and events throughout the year.
Capturing the stories of people making a difference and making the most of this time seems like a great way to dedicate our efforts. Check out our upcoming online exhibit Making the Most.
Led by the Jersey Shore Folklife Center, the Seaport is excited to share oral histories of people who lived and worked on Barnegat Bay.
VISIT US FROM HOME
Visit the Seaport from the comfort of your home. Check out the videos below.
Check here from some learn-from-home activities parents and teachers can use.