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Oct 24-26 6:30pm-9:00pm The National Civil War Naval Museum begins Haunted Museum Tours. Encounter “ghosts” of the Civil War during a guided tour into the past. Before your tour, enjoy Chester’s Barbecue, live music, face painting and activities for kids on the deck of the Water Witch. We recommend children under the age of 10 […]
Join us for the Premiere of the film Ironclads, a joint production of the National Civil War Naval Museum and Colonial Williamsburg. The evening’s program will include an audience question and answer session as well as refreshments. Tickets are available at ironclads.eventbrite.com or by calling 706-327-9798! Shot on location in Columbus, Georgia, the film will […]
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The National Civil War Naval Museum is proud to sponsor a free admission production of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the River Walk Amphitheater on the corner of Front Ave and 6th Street. Please bring a non-perishable food item and/or gentle used women and children’s clothing to donate to the Damascus Way, a shelter for local […]
This Fall, Port Columbus will bring history to you! Our Digital Outreach Program allows first person interpretation of historical figures to engage students through a direct video connection to the classroom. Check out a demo by clicking here!
The National Civil War Naval Museum has launched a fundraising campaign to purchase a defibrillator so we may perform CPR in emergency situations. Our fundraising goal is $2,000 to cover the initial purchase and additional accessories as necessary. Click here to donate!
Saturday, August 3rd “Cool History: Naval Technology” focuses on the innovations in naval technology during the American Civil War. Our event includes a “Powder Monkey Academy” for kids where they will “train” under Captain Scatterbrains through a scavenger hunt, artifact excavation, ship model making and a buoyancy experiment to understand the foundation of Naval technology! […]
Columbus Police Officer Captain Jack Long, longtime friend and colleague of the Museum, has been diagnosed with cancer that will affect his ability to work. Please consider contributing to the relief fund that has been set up to help Captain Long as he battles this illness. There will be a BBQ fundraiser on Friday, June […]Tags: community, news