Decorated event tables underneath pavilion with view of water and docks

Mystic Seaport Museum

Mystic Seaport Museum

75 Greenmanville Ave., Mystic, CT 06355

(860) 980-4092


About Mystic Seaport Museum

Breathtaking stately ships. Invigorating fresh air. Captivating water views. All of these elements combine to make Mystic Seaport Museum a wonderful backdrop for any special celebration. Whether you’re planning a wedding, meeting, corporate event, memorial luncheon, family reunion, or other special event, a variety of outstanding venues capture the area’s historic New England charm, providing you and your guests the perfect spot for your special day.

Venue Details

Event Spaces

The National Historic Landmark vessel Sabino is the oldest continuously operating vessel in America. Built in 1908 in East Boothbay, Maine, by W. Irving Adams, she spent most of her career ferrying passengers and cargo between Maine’s mainland towns and its surrounding islands until being procured by Mystic Seaport Museum in 1974 to serve as a working exhibit. This beloved boat is available for 90 minute chartered cruises through the historic Mystic Bascule Bridge and down the scenic Mystic River. Consider making this unique piece of history an unforgettable part of your next special event during warm weather months.

Capacity: 74

The Boat Shed at Lighthouse Point

Looking for the quintessential New England experience? Look no further than The Boat Shed at Lighthouse Point. Here, you’ll the perfect destination for a relaxed yet stylish reception, with spectacular views of Mystic Seaport Museum and the Mystic River. This open-air pavilion is renowned for its casually elegant clambake receptions and buffet-style gatherings on the picturesque riverbanks.

Capacity: 200

Greenmanville Meeting House

Built during the heyday of shipbuilding activity in Mystic about 1851, the historic Greenmanville Meeting House served as a place of worship for the Seventh-Day Baptist community before becoming a quaint private residence and then being acquired by Mystic Seaport Museum in 1955. Hold your ceremony at the church and then enjoy a short pleasant stroll to your reception — no matter where on grounds you choose to hold it.

Capacity: 150

Greenmans’ Landing

Greenmans’ Landing is our newest special events venue at Mystic Seaport Museum. By day it serves as our nautical-inspired fast casual restaurant and by night it transforms into a modern coastal dining room perfect for intimate seated dinners, cocktail receptions and more. Featuring a crisp water-toned palette, riverside décor and built in banquette seating, our restaurant offers both indoor and al fresco seating and reception opportunities, customized menus and restaurant-style service.

Capacity: 150 reception, 60 seated, 40 private dining room

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