Ok you’ve taken the ferry to Manhattan, it’s been a great ride, you’ve eaten at Stone Street, walked Wall Street, gone to Ground Zero, and now the question is: what to do next? You would like to go to a museum, but the really good ones are all the way uptown. Well, how about a few smaller, lesser known ones in walking distance from the ferry! Check these ones out.
The South Seaport Museum is an often-overlooked museum. Most people don’t even know it’s there. It’s right at 12 Fulton Street, in the Seaport Street Mall. But you need to know that it is only open Wednesday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Its paintings from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries depict a maritime New York that is long gone, but worth remembering. When