This nationally touring exhibition, appropriate for audiences of all ages, tells the gripping true story of the largest rescue action by a single individual during the Holocaust.
This is the first time in generations that the entire Panorama will be seen by the public. Set amidst an historic textile mill in New Bedford, visitors will be able to travel around the world and back in time without ever leaving the city.
While the Museum exhibits America’s longest painting at the Kilburn Mill, visitors will be able to stand on the bow of the world’s largest model whaleship, the Lagoda, and watch the Panorama scroll by in a life-sized digital format projected in a full theatrical setting.
The second installation of a major expansion of Whales Today, the Museum’s whale ecology, ocean health and marine mammal conservation exhibition.
Explore the work, vision, and living legacy of Captain Paul Cuffe, an important figure in New Bedford regional and global history. (link to come)