- All boat tours will depart from Pier 1, St. George, Staten Island, adjacent to the National Lighthouse Museum.
- Check-in begins an hour before boat’s departure. Boarding begins 30 minutes before departure. Tide and currents may delay our return to the dock. Please plan accordingly.
- Due to space and safety requirements, large coolers are not permitted on board, only very small carry-ons. No refreshments will be available onboard due to COVID modifications. You can bring your own!
- Please be aware that there may be boarding limitations for people with disabilities at the pier. Kindly call us to discuss if this might be an issue for you or your guest 718-390-0040.
- Please note FareHarbor is the processor of credit card payments for the National Lighthouse Museum. A charge for FareHarbor will appear on your credit card statement, not National Lighthouse Museum.
- Tickets are non-refundable.
- Lighthouse Boat Tours commence rain or shine.
Sunday, February 28th, 2021 at 2 pm
Formation of Foundations: Lecture & Book Signing with Bruce D. Brock
$10 per person & $5 for Museum Members
**Books available at museum for purchasing**
In accordance with current NY State Regulations governing the COVID 19 Pandemic,
all guests will be required to wear a mask and Social Distancing will be practiced.
NYC Cultural Affairs
NYC Dept. of Youth & Community Development
NYC Council District 50 -Steve Matteo
Mariner’s Marsh Park contains the remains of a large industrial site dating
from the early 20th Century to the present. This is an illustrated book of the
history of connections of the four corporations that existed at the site.
Sunday, March 14 at 2:00pm on Zoom
A Woman’s Work is Never Done – Women, Memory, and Lighthouse Keeping Virtual Lecture
In this performative lecture, Dr. Shauna M. MacDonald will share insights from her research about lighthouses, female lighthouse keepers, and the kinds of stories we tell about our collective histories.
Dr. Shauna M. MacDonald is Associate Professor at Cape Breton University in Nova Scotia, where she teaches courses in performance studies, gender, and communication. A student of culture, she is fascinated by communication and ritual in extraordinary places and by extraordinary beings, including coal mines and cyborgs. For the last few years, she has been studying lighthouses as sites of cultural memory, with a focus on the gendered elements of those memories and how we share them. She is an artist, scholar, performer, and educator whose mission is to unearth, keep, and share stories.
$10 per Person • $5 for Museum Members
Zoom link will be emailed to you after registration.