315 Front Street
Beaufort, NC 28516
The Maritime Museum offers exhibits that feature the state’s seafood industry and coastal cultures, as well as lighthouses, sailboats and motorboats and life-saving stations. It also has artifacts from Blackbeard’s Queen Anne’s Revenge which ran aground near Beaufort in 1718.
There are many programs offered at the museum. There are regular presentations on maritime heritage, shipwrecks and seafood. You can also take boatbuilding classes and kids can learn how to fish or how to take coastal photographs or even how to be a pirate.
The museum offers boating and sailing classes with on water experience. The boat building classes are for all skill levels. You can also participate in field trips, workshops and other programs that specialize in our maritime heritage.
The museum also has a store that carries books, posters, nautical charts, boat models, jewelry, gifts, clothing and souvenirs.
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