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Review of Tuckerton Seaport

Tuckerton Seaport
Ranked #1 of 5 things to do in Tuckerton
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Owner description: An authentic working seaport village dedicated to preserving the traditions and history of the Jersey baymen.
Reviewed April 25, 2012

This places has several times a year things for all agges to do there. the museum is cool, and the outdoor dock shops are neat to see. Take a class or a tour, it is fun for all ages.

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"barnegat bay"
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"special events"
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Reviewed February 27, 2012

Wife and I recently visited Tuckerton Seaport on a sunny late Feb Sunday. Main museum and lighthouse museum are somewhat interesting. Good facts and pictures of area fish and wildlife are upstairs in the main building. Lighthouse building had some decent pictures and information about the area from the 1800's to early 1900's. There was not much to see in the smaller buildings along the narrow boardwalk. Three of the smaller buildings were closed due to construction.

Admission was reduced to $5 for the day. I think the normal $8 price is a too high. The place is not worth spending $32 if you bring 2 older kids. Price should be kept at $5 or less. Only saw about 6 other people visiting.

Overall not a bad place to visit 1 or 2 times a year.

1  Thank Rrns828
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Reviewed February 12, 2012

I visited the museum with family and friends to participate in the fiber exhibit, where I found exquisite quilts draped the walls. Each were beautiful and all encompassed the seasons of the year and various techniques of quilting. As the spinning wheels turned the fuzzy bits of wool into slender cords of yarn the room buzzed with chatter of days gone by and how the peoples of the past were dependent upon such fibers to provide themselves with all clothing and domestic fabrics. I found this exhibit to be low key and extremely educational.

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Reviewed February 9, 2012

Neat place with very interesting shops showing old skills were one can learn cool things!

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Reviewed February 3, 2012

This is a fun little place for the history buff. For the most part it is a self guided replica of fishing village from the turn of the 19th century. With a dozen or so buildings to go and experience. Some of the buildings will have a curator to explain the building. Great for a half day. Great restuarant on site for breakfast or lunch.

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