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Brilliant Minds Work on Weekends A Multi-Generational Educational Program

Learn with your child, grandchild, niece, nephew. You and your 8-12 year old are invited to join us for this course that meets for four Saturdays. Complete four sessions, one each of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics by November 3rd to earn your certificate. Choose the dates that fit your schedule. BONUS: A free Lighthouse Boat Tour for mentor and child has also been added!





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November 3

Our goals are to learn about lighthouses their purposes, architecture, history, stories of their keepers through art, to take a Lighthouse boat tour to see lights up close and to develop a student book of participant’s works to remember the experience. The child and her/his mentor will be learning about Lighthouses together and developing lifelong bonds using Lighthouses as a catalyst for creating lasting memories! As there are over 15,000 Lighthouses in the world, we are hoping a mutual interest will develop between a child and his/her mentor:

  • to see and climb lights together
  • to possibly inspire a maritime career in a child
  • to learn together through art to work together using STEAM… 

For more information and to register click here: Brilliant Minds Work on Weekends

Thursday, June 14, 2018, 6:30-9:00 pm

SS United States Exhibit Opens

The National Lighthouse Museum proudly presents, in partnership with the New York Chapter of the SS United States Conservancy, “Full Speed Ahead to the Fabulous! SS United States.” This exhibit, on display at the National Lighthouse Museum June 14th- August 3rd, celebrates the extraordinary career of the luxury liner known as “America’s Flagship.”

Poster by New York Chapter co-chair Paul Stipkovich.

Don’t miss the exhibition’s grand opening! The event will kick off on Thursday, June 14th at 6:30 PM and will be followed by a screening of the recently discovered short film “Colossus on the River” (1965; Runtime approx. 15 min).

Admission $10 (all proceeds go to support the National Lighthouse Museum and the SS United States Conservancy)

This show will trace the life of the ship, from young speed queen and popular cover girl to aging star of yesteryear and nearly forgotten “has-been,” and finally — with your help — to one of the great comeback stories in U.S. history.

To purchase tickets click here: Opening Night SS United States Exhibition 


Anyone wishing to work with the NLM on an event should contact the Executive Director at

Museum Hours:

Tuesday through Sunday: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Always closed on Mondays and holidays

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