Discover, Learn, Enjoy!
The Museum offers a variety of science, history and cultural programs throughout the year. Join us for a lecture, participate in the Moby-Dick Marathon, or enjoy a hands-on learning experience onboard the Lagoda. Please see below for information on upcoming programs or activities scheduled on an annual basis.
Adventures at Sea: Local Mariners Take to the Water
Lecture series on New Bedford’s curious ties to Irish History.
Curators will highlight an exquisite Ryder painting in the Museum’s collection and discuss his connections to New Bedford.
His appearance marks the revivification of the New Bedford Lyceum, a centuries-old New England tradition of learning through intellectual debate. April 1st at the Zeiterion Performing Arts Center.
Lively lectures and discussions to honor William Bradford and some of the greatest masterpieces in the Museum’s collection.
A daytime lecture series titled Influential Women of the South Coast. Presented in partnership with The Second Half: Lifelong Learning Institute.
Great stories, both fiction and non-fiction, abound as the people behind these narratives are brought to life.
Browse hundreds of antiques from some of New England’s most respected dealers.
Enthusiasts from across the country and abroad gather to share the enjoyment of this distinctive and beautiful art form.
The Best of the Azores – tour four islands, including Pico, Terceira, Faial, and Sao Miguel.
Vacation Week activities and other programs such as the Presidents' Day Birthday Celebration.
The Museum creates or partners with community groups and organizations to present a wide variety of public programming.
The Moby-Dick Marathon and the Old Dartmouth Lyceum Lecture Series are some of the anticipated events along with others throughout the year.
Programs offered at the Museum in past years can be found here.
Last modified: July 5, 2016