The Mystic Seaport, located in the American city of Connecticut is, is the largest maritime museum in the USA.
The Seaport welcomes around 250,000 visitors each year.
The Mystic seaport museum, once known as the ‘Marine Historical Association,’ was founded in 1929. It became even more famous after it acquired the fabled Charles W. Morgan, a legendary 19th-century Whaling ship, built in 1941, said to be the last of an American whaling fleet that numbered more than 2,700 vessels.
The Mystic Seaport is also home to a number of other iconic vessels such as the Emma C. Berry, Sabino, L.A. Dunton, and many others.
Visitors/tourists can choose to take a tour of the shipyard and view the ships or visit on any of the days that are penciled in for various events such as Viking legends and constellations (A day for Viking stories), Racing Rules of Sailing for beginners (A day for teaching visitors how to sail) and many other events.