Sat, Aug 3, 2024 - Wed, Aug 7, 2024    
All Day


Hudson River Maritime Museum
50 Rondout Landing, Kingston, NY, 12401

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The 129-foot schooner is a replica of the 19th century ship, La Amistad, which became widely known for the 1839 uprising of enslaved captives from Sierra Leone who overthrew the crew and commandeered the ship into waters off the coast of New York. Tours of the ship and other public programming will be offered while they are anchored at the Kingston Waterfront. A tour schedule, links to purchase tickets, and information about special events can be found below.

Come by and learn from Discovering Amistad’s education team about how the ship was built, the story of the Amistad Rebellion, and how we use the vessel today. The vessel will dock at the Museum’s riverfront marina, where it will be open for public tours, from August 3 through 7, 2024.

Amistad will dock at the Museum’s riverfront marina where it will be open for public tours from August 3 through August 7, 2024. Don’t miss the opportunity to see this amazing sailing ship!​

Tickets are $15 for adults for tours led by a guide and $10 for self-guided deck tours, $5 for children aged 5-12, and children under 5 are free!

​Tickets may be purchased online or at the museum store (purchasing advance tickets online is strongly recommended).

All Amistad ticket holders can visit the Hudson River Maritime Museum for the reduced rate of $5 Adults/Seniors, and Free for 12 years old and under.