WIth its constantly changing displays and special events, The Maritime and Irish Mossing Museum is new each time you visit. Come see on Sundays from 1:00 to 3:00.
The Lyle gun was used to begin the breech's buoy process that rescued so many from harm.
A replica of a beach cart used to rescue crews from a wreck.
The whistle from the Pynthis - one of the remarkable artifacts donated by the Carter family to the Museum.
Come to the Museum to see a beautifully maintained mossing dory in the new boathouse.
Buoys on the Boathouse
Largely built by Bruce Bent, The Boathouse currently stores a Norwegian Pram.
A silver ingot from the wreck of the Forest Queen.