F43. The New Bedford Whaling Museum & the Rotch-Jones Duff House & Garden Museum
Visit the world’s most comprehensive collection of art, artifacts and original documents of whaling and maritime history at the New Bedford Whaling Museum. Encompassing a full city block, the Rotch-Jones-Duff House and Garden Museum was built by shipwrights in 1834. Enjoy lunch on the harbor and a lecture about the whaling industry in New Bedford during the 19th century with historian Amanda Goodheart Parks.
Group Leader: Jeanne Fontaine
Tuesday, September 23
Depart: 8 am; Return: 6:30 pm
Includes admissions, guided tours, lunch, bus transportation and gratuities.
Travel Withdrawal Policy
No refunds are issued for cancellations less than two weeks before the trip. If you cancel prior to two weeks, a $15 cancellation fee is deducted, unless you find a replacement.