2018 Past Programs are listed on this page.
If you are looking for information from a previous year, click on a link below.
A selection of Nicholas Whitman’s recent photographic work exhibited adjacent to the Whaling Museum’s Albert Pinkham Ryder painting, Landscape, c. 1870.
A musical that tells the story of how women got their rights in America, told by the women who were there.
Attendees learned about this fascinating story through a narrated ballet for all ages.
A week of family-friendly events to engage children in hands-on history, science, and arts-based projects. Free with Museum admission.
The return of a stimulating Local History Guild conversation at the Museum on AHA! night.
In addition to the main event, the Whaling Museum hosts two mini-marathons: a Portuguese-language reading of Tiago Patricio’s abridged Moby-Dick; and a children’s version by Classic Starts.
A meal well-suited for hungry sailors followed by David Shaerf’s documentary film Call Us Ishmael. The evening also included a discussion of the film with scholars from the Melville Society Cultural Project.