On-Site Museum Tours
Tour the Percy & Small Historic Shipyard
The museum is located on the original site where very large four-, five- and six-mast wooden ships were built, including the world's largest wooden ship, the Wyoming. Most of the shipyard's original buildings, plus tools and equipment are on view. In the center of the yard, a full-scale metal sculpture of Wyoming's bow and stern gives visitors a sense of the enormous size of the ship.
Guided tours are conducted daily at 11 am, 1 pm and 3 pm from Memorial Day to Columbus Day and are free with museum admission.
Visit the Victorian-era Donnell House
This Victorian-era home of a shipbuilder and his family sits adjacent to the P&S Shipyard, and entry is included in Museum admission. It contains many of the family's belongings and similar period pieces.
The house is open 11 am to 4 pm, Monday through Saturday, from Memorial Day weekend to Columbus Day.