The Waterfront Museum

The Waterfront Museum Visit our web site for all upcoming show schedules and ticket info. www.waterfrontmuseum.org

Hours of Operation: Thursdays 4-8pm and Saturdays 1-5pm.
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Lehigh Valley Barge # 79 built in 1914 is the last example of a wooden barge still floating in New York Harbor. Hours of Operation: Thursdays 4-8pm and Saturdays 1-5pm. Free for families and individuals. Groups by appointment, visit www.waterfrontmuseum.org or call (718) 624-4719.

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12/23/2020
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12/18/2020
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12/15/2020
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12/12/2020
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12/09/2020
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290 Conover St
Brooklyn, NY
11231

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We had a great time this week at the Water Front Museum with Captain David. We taught our grandkids the art of Juggling. By the time we were thru they all said they were ready to brag to all their friends that they were jugglers. Many thanks David!
David and me at home on his Barge at the Waterfront Museum in Brooklyn. Thanks for the great time David!
We had a great time this week at the Water Front Museum with Captain David. We taught our grandkids the art of Juggling. By the time we were through they all said they were ready to brag to all their friends that they were jugglers. Many thanks David!
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