Enjoy a story that has been told since the 1930s, when retired whaling captain George Grant became the first “custodian” of the Whaling Museum and shared his first-hand whaling experiences with museum visitors. That began a long-standing tradition of telling this same story, passed down to each new generation of museum interpreters. Join us for this multi-media presentation and experience what it was like aboard a whaleship hunting for whales in the early 19th century.
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Held in-person at the Whaling Museum for small groups of 10 members or less. Presentations will be in Gosnell Hall and socially distanced. Please reserve your spot as space is limited. Additional Members’ Evenings will be added, if demand allows.