This category lists maritime museums in the civilian sector (small boats, sailing boats, sailing ships, commercial ships/shipping, light-ships, tugs) located in the United States.
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Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum
General information, tours, events, artifacts, gallery, oral histories, and library. Located in North Little Rock.
Bayshore Center at Bivalve
Features exhibits of the oyster industry, shipbuilding, and the reconstruction of the schooner, A. J. Meerwald. Located in Port Norris, New Jersey.
Biloxi Maritime and Seafood Industry Museum
Preserving the maritime history and heritage of Biloxi and the Mississippi Gulf Coast.
Lake Champlain Maritime Museum
A non-profit organization for preserving and sharing the history of Lake Champlain, Vermont.
Lake Pontchartrain Basin Maritime Museum
Presents exhibits, activities, and wooden boat festival. Located in Madisonville, Louisiana.
Mud Island Mississippi River Museum
The preservation and promotion of the natural and cultural history of the Lower Mississippi River Valley through education, interpretation and exhibits. Located in Memphis, Tennessee.
The Museum of Yachting
Dedicated to the preservation of the traditional skills, documents, vessels and artifacts which record and describe the history and development of yachting around the world. Located in Newport, Rhode Island.
National Park Service Maritime Heritage Program
Maritime resources within the National Park System, Washington, DC.
North Shore Commercial Fishing Museum
Features over 3,000 objects and materials with emphasis on the commercial fishing industry and early lifestyles of the shore and waters of Lake Superior. Includes events and programs, hours, admission, membership, store and directions. Located in Tofte, Minnesota.
Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum
Founded in 1966, exhibits ship models, paintings and maritime antiques. Includes collection details and visitor information. Located in Savannah, Georgia.
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