Salty Dog Saturday: Crab Bruschetta

Join the Maritime Museum for a short lecture on the history of seafood in the area, followed by a sampling of that week’s featured item. Classes held at the museum are BYOB, with cheese and crackers and veggies trays available. Not interested in BYOB? we...

$25

Salty Dog Summer Camp: Turtle Tracks

NC Maritime Museum at Southport 204 E. Moore St., Southport

Get past the hard shells of these mammoth aquatic creatures to learn all about the ones who use our beaches for their nests. After a rundown of the basics, hop on the ferry and head to Bald Head Island Conservancy to learn with environmental champions....

$15

Sensory Saturday: Shining Bright

NC Maritime Museum at Southport 204 E. Moore St., Southport

Sensory Saturday Sensory Saturday programs are offered the first Saturday of every month from 9 a.m.–11 a.m. During this program, exhibit lights are dimmed, all audio turned off, and a special activity or craft will be offered. This program is geared for individuals and families...

Free

Salty Dog Saturday: Tangy Tuna

NC Maritime Museum at Southport 204 E. Moore St., Southport

Join the Maritime Museum for a short lecture on the history of seafood in the area, followed by a sampling of that week’s featured item. Classes held at the museum are BYOB, with cheese and crackers and veggies trays available. Not interested in BYOB? we...

$25

Salty Dog Summer Camp: Nautical Navigation

NC Maritime Museum at Southport 204 E. Moore St., Southport

Spend your Saturday with our crew learning the basics of Nautical Navigation. From taking a sextant shot to reading nautical charts, get an overview of navigation aids and learn just how fearful the Cape Fear can be. Salty Dog Summer Camps, for ages 18 and...

$15

Sensory Saturday: Seashell Rubbings

Sensory Saturday Sensory Saturday programs are offered the first Saturday of every month from 9 a.m.–11 a.m. During this program, exhibit lights are dimmed, all audio turned off, and a special activity or craft will be offered. This program is geared for individuals and families...

Salty Dog Saturday: Coconut Curry Scallops

NC Maritime Museum at Southport 204 E. Moore St., Southport

Join the Maritime Museum for a short lecture on the history of seafood in the area, followed by a sampling of that week’s featured item. Classes held at the museum are BYOB, with cheese and crackers and veggies trays available. Not interested in BYOB? we...

$25
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Living History Weekend: World War I & Life-Saving Service

NC Maritime Museum at Southport 204 E. Moore St., Southport

Join the crew for a free weekend of living history of the Cape Fear region in the early 1900s. Learn about those who protected mariners locally from storms and shipwrecks, and those who fought for our country. How did our region assist in the war...

Free
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Living History Weekend: World War I & Life-Saving Service

NC Maritime Museum at Southport 204 E. Moore St., Southport

Join the crew for a free weekend of living history of the Cape Fear region in the early 1900s. Learn about those who protected mariners locally from storms and shipwrecks, and those who fought for our country. How did our region assist in the war...

Free

Sensory Saturday: Salute to Sailors

Sensory Saturday programs are offered the first Saturday of every month from 9 a.m.–11 a.m. During this program, exhibit lights are dimmed, all audio turned off, and a special activity or craft will be offered. This program is geared for individuals and families with sensory...

Free

Fall into History: Collective Cape Fear

NC Maritime Museum at Southport 204 E. Moore St., Southport

Hop aboard the museum van and ride up to Fayetteville to visit the Museum of the Cape Fear, eat lunch, and visit close-by sites and shops. Tickets include the trip from and return to Southport, lunch, and any admission fees. The trip departs from the...

$40

Third Tuesday: Submerged NC: Exploring North Carolina’s Underwater Cultural Heritage

Southport Community Building 223 E. Bay Street, Southport

A vast network of more than 37,000 miles of rivers, inlets, and access to the Atlantic Ocean has served the people of North Carolina for thousands of years, providing food, transportation, power, and entertainment.  Human interaction with these environments leaves evidence of past North Carolinians...

Free