Take A Holiday Boat Tour At The Tuckerton Seaport
Come get in the Holiday Spirit with a Christmas themed boat tour for you and the entire family out of the Tuckerton Seaport this season.
Beginning with a preview weekend which starts on Black Friday, November 24th, your crew can experience this magical 50 minute ride, weekends 4 til 7 pm, through December 13th. Enjoy this narrated tour down the Tuckerton Creek. Listen to guides talk about holiday traditions both past and present and maybe even see some Christmas lights out on the bay. Bring your hot cocoa and blankets since it might get chilly out on the water!
But that’s not all!
Each boat tour ticket includes admission to the Tuckerton Lighthouse and Baymen’s Museum. Furthermore, back at the Seaport, there will be a Holiday pop up gift shop featuring crafts and Christmas wreaths. Plus, Reindeer Games, Make & Take Crafts, Holiday Family Photo Opportunities, Holiday Light Displays, A Reindeer Scavenger Hunt, and more! There’s even a Nature Trail Cookie Walk. (Now do you walk and find the cookies, or just walk the trail and eat the cookies? Well, either way it sounds delicious!)
Admission is 15 dollars per person, which includes the 50 minute boat tour and lighthouse admission. Admission to just the lighthouse is 5 dollars. Member admission for the Holiday Boat Tour is just 10 dollars using promo code Member23
About the Tuckerton Seaport.
The mission at the Tuckerton Seaport is to preserve, present and interpret the rich maritime history, artistry, heritage and environment of the Jersey shore and the unique contributions of its baymen. Moreover, it was originally launched as the Barnegat Bay Decoy and Baymen’s Museum. The Tuckerton Seaport has evolved over the past twenty-two years into a community museum and community center. The Seaport occupies 40 acres located along historic Tuckerton Creek in Tuckerton, New Jersey. Tuckerton Seaport benefits from a prime location at the center of the Jersey Shore. It is easily accessible via Exit 58 on the Garden State Parkway. Tuckerton Seaport works as a coastal cultural center to bring folklife traditions of the past and present to life through programs on land and water.