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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Tuckerton Seaport will be celebrating its 20th year of delivering high impact, family focused experiences. Party tickets: $40 (20 for the first 20 years plus 20 for the next 20). Click the link below to purchase tickets.Find out more »
Instructor: Mallorie Evans Date/Time: Saturday, May 2, 2020; 1:00pm-3:00pm Fee: $29 members/ $34 nonmembers, materials included Nothing says Spring like these beautiful yellow paper flower daffodils! They are made with high quality cardstock that will hold up for years to come. These paper daffodils are displayed in a glass vase with twine detail and will add a pop of color to your home. These beautiful forever flowers are a unique and creative gift idea for your loved ones! To register,…Find out more »
Lunch ‘n Learn – Examining the ecological response of Barnegat Bay fishes to the closing of the Oyster Creek Nuclear Power Generating Station
Click the image above for the full 2019 Lunch 'n Learn schedule. "Examining the ecological response of Barnegat Bay fishes to the closing of the Oyster Creek Nuclear Power Generating Station” by Dr. Thomas Grothues In September 2018, The oldest operating nuclear power plant in the US, in Lacey Township, NJ, became the first to shut down for decommissioning. Dr. Tom Grothues from Rutgers University, will explore the ongoing efforts and preliminary results of a study on the response of…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.