COVID 19/Coronavirus Update
While we are looking forward to seeing you this season, the Seaport is currently closed to all visitors as a Coronavirus precaution. Keep an eye on our Facebook page for details of when we’ll be back serving you again.
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.
The Seaport has exciting plans leading up to its 20th anniversary in 2020! We will have lots of events and surprises in store. Be sure to check back often for updates!
WORKING THE BAY ARCHIVE
Led by the Jersey Shore Folklife Center, the Seaport is excited to share oral histories of people who lived and worked on Barnegat Bay.
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Instructor: Mary May Date/Time: Friday, April 3, 2020 10am-5pm Fee: $42 members/ $47 nonmembers, plus $45 materials fee New! Stop by the Seaport to weave a traditional, working Eel Fyke with Master Basket Weaver Mary May. This classic design includes funnel and Atlantic White Cedar plug. A materials fee of $45 will be paid directly to the artist on the day of the course. To register, please call 609-296-8868. Payment in full is required at time of registration. No refunds…Find out more »
Instructor: Anna & Angelo Trapani (Trapper's Honey) Date/Time: Saturday, April 4, 2020 12p-3pm Fee: $20 members/ $25 nonmembers Join Anna & Angelo Trapani as they teach you how to create your very own beeswax candle! Discover how to prepare and pour your own molds with all natural honey! Through this experience, you will also learn about the history and properties of beeswax from experts. Anna and Angelo are award-winning bee keepers from the third generation family owned and operated farm,…Find out more »
Click the image above for the full 2019 Lunch 'n Learn schedule. “Returning the Favor, Citizens Helping Horseshoe Crabs” by Wetlands Institute staff. The reTURN the Favor program was initiated in 2013 to rescue horseshoe crabs stranded on beaches along the Delaware Bay in New Jersey, where large concentrations of crabs spawn every spring. With crabs at risk to dying from exposure and predation, several New Jersey-based groups formed a partnership to recruit, train, and organize volunteers to rescue crabs…Find out more »
Tuckerton Seaport/Beach Haven Ferry Reservations
The Tuckerton Seaport/Beach Haven Water Ferry will begin operations again in 2020. Check back in the spring for our 2020 operating schedule.
Reservations are $5/person/one way trip ($10 round trip). Reservation includes admission to the museum. Reservation fees are nonrefundable. For more information, click on the 'Ferry FAQs' button below.