Event Series Walking Tour: Exploring Extraordinary Whales

Walking Tour: Exploring Extraordinary Whales

New Bedford Whaling National Historic Park 33 William Street, New Bedford, MA, United States

Did you know that whales are extraordinary? Join the park’s volunteer, Wendy Davis as she explores everything about whales. They are the largest, loudest, most intelligent, and longest living animals on the planet. On this walking tour you will discover what makes whales extraordinary, how whales have helped humans, and how we can help the whales who are threatened with extinction. New Bedford Whaling NHP is not simply about the history of whaling. We also look at whales and their environment. The park is a place to ask and discuss big questions facing our society. Join Wendy on this tour and explore these questions and many more. This tour is subject to change. Please check our website for updated information.

Free
Event Series Walking Tour: Women in Whaling.

Walking Tour: Women in Whaling.

New Bedford Whaling National Historic Park 33 William Street, New Bedford, MA, United States

Join Sharon, Park Volunteer every Wednesday June 5th through October 9 for a whaling walking tour in the historical district. Sharon will talk about the development of the whaling industry in the city of New Bedford and the role that women played in its development. In particular, about the intrepid women who went on whaling voyages and what their lives were like.

Free

Walking Tour: In the Footsteps of Douglass and Melville

New Bedford Whaling National Historic Park 33 William Street, New Bedford, MA, United States

Both Frederick Douglass and Herman Melville were in New Bedford in 1840. Douglass once claims “I was now living in a new world. was wide awake to its advantages.” Melville also once claim ""The town itself is perhaps the dearest place to live in, in all New England ... nowhere in all America will you find more patrician-like houses, parks and gardens more opulent, than in New Bedford…all these brave houses and flowery gardens came from the Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian oceans. One and all, they were harpooned and dragged up hither from the bottom of the sea." This Tour is subject to change. Please check our website for updated information.

Free
Event Series Walking Tour: Exploring Extraordinary Whales

Walking Tour: Exploring Extraordinary Whales

New Bedford Whaling National Historic Park 33 William Street, New Bedford, MA, United States

Did you know that whales are extraordinary? Join the park’s volunteer, Wendy Davis as she explores everything about whales. They are the largest, loudest, most intelligent, and longest living animals on the planet. On this walking tour you will discover what makes whales extraordinary, how whales have helped humans, and how we can help the whales who are threatened with extinction. New Bedford Whaling NHP is not simply about the history of whaling. We also look at whales and their environment. The park is a place to ask and discuss big questions facing our society. Join Wendy on this tour and explore these questions and many more. This tour is subject to change. Please check our website for updated information.

Free
Event Series Walking Tour: Women in Whaling.

Walking Tour: Women in Whaling.

New Bedford Whaling National Historic Park 33 William Street, New Bedford, MA, United States

Join Sharon, Park Volunteer every Wednesday June 5th through October 9 for a whaling walking tour in the historical district. Sharon will talk about the development of the whaling industry in the city of New Bedford and the role that women played in its development. In particular, about the intrepid women who went on whaling voyages and what their lives were like.

Free

Walking Tour: In the Footsteps of Douglass and Melville

New Bedford Whaling National Historic Park 33 William Street, New Bedford, MA, United States

Both Frederick Douglass and Herman Melville were in New Bedford in 1840. Douglass once claims “I was now living in a new world. was wide awake to its advantages.” Melville also once claim ""The town itself is perhaps the dearest place to live in, in all New England ... nowhere in all America will you find more patrician-like houses, parks and gardens more opulent, than in New Bedford…all these brave houses and flowery gardens came from the Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian oceans. One and all, they were harpooned and dragged up hither from the bottom of the sea." This Tour is subject to change. Please check our website for updated information.

Free
Event Series Walking Tour: Exploring Extraordinary Whales

Walking Tour: Exploring Extraordinary Whales

New Bedford Whaling National Historic Park 33 William Street, New Bedford, MA, United States

Did you know that whales are extraordinary? Join the park’s volunteer, Wendy Davis as she explores everything about whales. They are the largest, loudest, most intelligent, and longest living animals on the planet. On this walking tour you will discover what makes whales extraordinary, how whales have helped humans, and how we can help the whales who are threatened with extinction. New Bedford Whaling NHP is not simply about the history of whaling. We also look at whales and their environment. The park is a place to ask and discuss big questions facing our society. Join Wendy on this tour and explore these questions and many more. This tour is subject to change. Please check our website for updated information.

Free
Event Series Walking Tour: Women in Whaling.

Walking Tour: Women in Whaling.

New Bedford Whaling National Historic Park 33 William Street, New Bedford, MA, United States

Join Sharon, Park Volunteer every Wednesday June 5th through October 9 for a whaling walking tour in the historical district. Sharon will talk about the development of the whaling industry in the city of New Bedford and the role that women played in its development. In particular, about the intrepid women who went on whaling voyages and what their lives were like.

Free

Walking Tour: In the Footsteps of Douglass and Melville

New Bedford Whaling National Historic Park 33 William Street, New Bedford, MA, United States

Both Frederick Douglass and Herman Melville were in New Bedford in 1840. Douglass once claims “I was now living in a new world. was wide awake to its advantages.” Melville also once claim ""The town itself is perhaps the dearest place to live in, in all New England ... nowhere in all America will you find more patrician-like houses, parks and gardens more opulent, than in New Bedford…all these brave houses and flowery gardens came from the Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian oceans. One and all, they were harpooned and dragged up hither from the bottom of the sea." This Tour is subject to change. Please check our website for updated information.

Free
Event Series Walking Tour: Exploring Extraordinary Whales

Walking Tour: Exploring Extraordinary Whales

New Bedford Whaling National Historic Park 33 William Street, New Bedford, MA, United States

Did you know that whales are extraordinary? Join the park’s volunteer, Wendy Davis as she explores everything about whales. They are the largest, loudest, most intelligent, and longest living animals on the planet. On this walking tour you will discover what makes whales extraordinary, how whales have helped humans, and how we can help the whales who are threatened with extinction. New Bedford Whaling NHP is not simply about the history of whaling. We also look at whales and their environment. The park is a place to ask and discuss big questions facing our society. Join Wendy on this tour and explore these questions and many more. This tour is subject to change. Please check our website for updated information.

Free