Sag Harbor Whaling & Historical Museum
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|Facility:||Sag Harbor Whaling & Historical Museum|
|Description:||An official project ofSave America's Treasure Program.
Sag Harbor and Whaling
During the 19th century, Sag Harbor, New York became one of the busiest ports in the northeast, where whalers of many nationalities could be seen walking the streets. In our bustling village young men from small East End towns often found work as whalers, a job that promised them the possibility of earning more money than they could make on the farm and the chance to see places they had only dreamed of or heard about from other whalers. These young local men, together with foreign whalers, brought culture and customs, stories and lore from distant lands to Sag Harbor. During this time period Sag Harbor became a truly international port town, where diverse cultures came together for one pursuit: the hunt of the mighty whale.
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|Address 1:||200 Main Street|
|V I S I T I N G I N F O|
|Hours:||Open every day mid May through October
Tours of 10 people or more available year round
Children (ages 3-11): 1.00
Group Rate: $3.00 (15 person minimum)
School Group Rate: $2.00
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