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News & Upcoming Events

Ghost Tours

Tour the museum with author and paranormal investigator Faith Serafin. The tour highlights findings from previous investigations. Experience the mysterious and exciting stories that you will hear nowhere else! Tour should last about one hour. This tour is not recommended for children. Tickets must be purchased in advance and are non-refundable. This is a limited event and usually sells out, so get your tickets now.

When: 7pm on October 5, 6 ,7 & 8

Cost: $20 + tax

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Mystery at the Musuem: Just Desserts

Our annual fundraiser is back with a new show Murder at the Comic-Con. This interactive murder mystery show features ONLY DESSERTS! That’s right, you can satisfy your sweet tooth while solving a little “crime”. Each show features four side-splitting acts, a slice of a signature Kimmy Cakes dessert, a buffet of sweet treats, and a cash bar. You can also get in on the show by playing a part or becoming a top detective. In this immersive experience, the culprit is hiding in plain sight! Grab some friends and come satisfy your cravings at this sweet after-dinner production!

When: 8pm on October 19, 20, 21, 27 & 28

Cost: $50

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Christmas at the Museum

Enjoy some Christmas cheer and celebrate the season with our annual holiday open house.

When: December 2 & 3

Cost: FREE and open to the public

Volunteer Meetup

Interested in history? Like meeting new people? Have some time to volunteer? This is your perfect opportunity. The museum is looking for volunteers to serve as tour guides and guest services representatives. Scheduling is flexible and no extensive knowledge of Civil War naval history is necessary. Training will be provided. Attend a meet-up and see if this is a good fit for you.

When: First Monday of the month @ 1:00pm

RSVP appreciated but not required

Shipboard Entertainment

Life aboard a ship was filled with long periods of tedious work punctuated with durations of extreme terror. Entertainment such as reading, writing, music, and gaming, all provided escapes from the grinding routines of labor and war.

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"Was awesome, it's a great place to take your family or friends."
...museum guest, Google review

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