Blog Posts tagged in "The Mariners' Museum"

The Mariners' Museum loves to serve our Military Community in Hampton Roads. Not only do they offer their Military Discount off membership, they also love to host Military Ceremonies. The Mariners' Museum hosts a wide array of military ceremonies from retirements to commissionings, and everything in between. The Huntington and Anna Rooms serve as a great daytime event space and can hold up to 200 guests. The park also makes a great backdrop for calisthenics, and is available at 0-dark thirty! The Mariners' Museum has put together an Exclusive Package just for the Military Community! Contact T... read more

Museum Celebrates Technology in the Civil War at Popular Weekend NEWPORT NEWS, VA—The Battle of Hampton Roads Weekend is returning to The Mariners’ Museum and Park on March 9 - 11, 2018, with interactive activities all weekend long. The weekend will celebrate the theme “Modern Marvels: Technology in the Civil War.” Thousands of visitors enjoy this weekend every year. The weekend commemorates one of the most famous Civil War battles in history. On March 9, 1862, the Union ironclad Monitor met the CSS Virginia in a battle that, though fought to a draw, changed the very nature of naval warfare n... read more

Battle of Hampton Roads Weekend March 5 & 6, 2016 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM At The Mariners Museum & Park Weekend commemorates 154 years since Battle of the Ironclads On March 8, 1862, the CSS Virginia entered the waters of Hampton Roads and destroyed the USS Cumberland and the USS Congress in a battle that showed the supremacy of iron over wood. The following day the Union ironclad Monitor met the Virginia in a battle, which, though fought to a draw, changed the very nature of naval warfare not only in America, but worldwide. One hundred and fifty-four years later, on March 5 & 6, 2016, The Mariner... read more

MILITARY OFFER FOR VETERANS DAY 2015! Saturday, November 14 - MILITARY OFFER Free with Museum admission,$5 tickets to the Museum will be offered to military (active, retired, veterans) first responders, and their immediate family. "Honor our military with a Veterans Day event for the entire family! Step aboard the Newport News Department patrol boat, explore vessels of local military and rescue teams, learn about life at sea, make-and-take maritime crafts and more!" The Veteran's Day offer is $5 admission to military personnel (active/retired/veteran). FUN EXHIBITS AT THE MARINERS' MUSEUM NEW... read more

This is always a FUN event! Talk, walk, and act like a pirate! October 3, 10, 17, and 24 from 11 AM – 2 PM Learn how to be a pirate as Blackbeard’s Crew invades The Mariners’ Museum the first four Saturdays in October. Scallywag School includes “talk like a pirate” lessons, sword and musket drills, shipboard line handling, and more! Receive pirate gold as you complete activities and graduate with an Honorary Pirate Certificate. Free with Museum admission. Classes are hourly and begin at 11AM, 12PM, and 1PM. Learn more about The Mariners' Museum , upcoming events to include their Veterans Day ... read more

MILITARY APPRECIATION DAY COMING TO THE MARINERS' MUSEUMHOSTED BY THEUSO OF HRCVAPRIL 19, 2015! You don't want to miss this FUN event and opportunity to visit The Mariners' Museum one of the largest and most prestigious maritime museums in the world. The Event will feature face painting, arts and crafts. This will be a FULLDAY of FUN for all Military Families hosted by The USO of HRCV . Also, be sure to check out The Mariners' Museum and Park on MilitaryBridge to learn more about the museum and what it has to offer along with their Military Discounts on admission and membership. Please help S... read more

GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO VISIT THE MARINERS' MUSEUM FOR ONLY $5 THIS SATURDAY FOR COMMUNITY DAY! Take the family on a voyage of exploration to The Mariners' Museum. Admission is only $5 per person for residents of Hampton Roads and kids 3 and under are free during The Mariners' Community Day. Explore the USS Monitor Center, handcrafted ship models, maritime paintings, rare figureheads, small craft from around the world and much more. This discounted admission price is only available during Community Day and no other discounts apply. For more information, visit or call (757)596-... read more

The Mariners' Museum and Park is proud to support the military community year round with fantastic military discounts and military related appreciation events. This Veterans Day The Mariners' Museum would like to honor our military members and veterans through a special military appreciation offer. Military Appreciation Weekend November 8-November 11th from 9:00am- 5:00 PM In honor of Military Family Appreciation Month and Veteran’s Day, The Mariners’ Museum is offering our Armed Service members and their families a special admission price Saturday, November 8 – Tuesday, November 11. $5 admis... read more

Summer Concert Series FREE EVENT - Weekly on Thursday nights June 5 through September 25, 2014 •6 p.m. - 10 p.m. Bring a blanket or favorite chair & enjoy live music by some of the area's hottest bands on the banks of Lake Maury. Adult beverages, soft drinks, and a variety of summer foods will be available for sale. No outside alcohol is permitted. Take a look at our line-up and make your plans to be at The Mariners' Park every Thursday, all summer long. Forecast is for rain? Don't despair! Thursdays by the Lake will move inside. You can still enjoy the music, beverages and food when we move ... read more

There are many great Events Coming to The Mariners' Museum this summer and it all kicks off May 24th with the launch of Savage Ancient Seas!! About Savage Ancient Seas : Dinosaurs of the Deep May 24, 2014 – January 4, 2015 Enter the deep, dark prehistoric world of carnivorous marine reptiles, gigantic flesh-eating fish, flying reptiles with 3-foot skulls and the biggest sea turtles to have ever lived. Bring the entire family for a Dinosaur exhibition like no other! Dive into the ocean depths to discover over 20 large-scale, magnificent skeletons and replicas of ancient marine reptiles. See th... read more

Mariners’ Museum marks 152 nd anniversary of Ironclad Battle NEWPORT NEWS, Va. – One hundred and fifty-two years ago, on March 8 and 9, 1862 , the great naval conflict of The American Civil War raged in the body of water known as Hampton Roads. On March 8, the CSS Virginia laid waste to the wooden-hulled Union Navy. On March 9, the USS Monitor arrived in Hampton Roads, and the first meeting of ironclad ships in battle commenced. Four and a half hours later, the battle ended in a draw. But there was a clear winner in iron vs. wood, and warship designs changed forever with the Monitor ’s gun tu... read more