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Ecological Exploration Activities

This event has already taken place.Saturdays and Sundays, 11am–4:30pm, through Jan. 1, 1970;

Join the South Street Seaport Museum this April and learn about New York City’s natural ecosystems! Every weekend from April 6–28, the Seaport Museum is including a free family activity on ecological exploration with Pay What You Wish General Admission. Stop by anytime from 11am–4:30pm to participate in this timely and enjoyable experience. 

Throughout April, immerse yourself in a variety of hands-on activities at the Seaport Museum that are designed for families and individuals of all ages to learn about some of the facets of New York City’s ecology, spanning from its historical origins to the present day. 

Join the Seaport Museum to explore the effects of ocean acidification on the shells and exoskeletons of marine life, discover how the Croton Aqueduct revolutionized New Yorkers’ access to fresh water, learn about the role of humble oyster shells in expanding Manhattan’s cityscape, explore the impact of storms on New York’s coastlines, and understand the contributions of the federal Clean Water Act to the preservation of New York Harbor.


12 Fulton Street
New York, NY 10038 United States