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Marblehead Museum & Historical Society


170 Washington Street
Marblehead, MA 01945
United States

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Marblehead Museum & Historical Society

Treasures of the Deep: The Ray Bates Collection
Treasures of the Deep: The Ray Bates Collection
Treasures of the Deep: The Ray Bates Collection

Marblehead Museum & Historical Society

Thu, May 26th

10:00 AM - 4:00 PM (EST)

Treasures of the Deep: The Ray Bates Collection
Cost: Donation
Booking options: General Admission, Open to Public
Ages: All Ages
Plan to spend:
Thursday, May 26th 2022
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM (EST)

Discover lost pieces of local history in Treasures From the Deep. This exhibit features artifacts recovered from Marblehead and Salem Harbors over 50 years, by local diver and maritime historian Ray Bates.

 

The exhibit includes pieces from ten shipwrecks, as well as crocks, pipes, bottles, peacocks, and a cannonball or two. This collection is on public display for the first time. Visitors can also watch Ray Bates describe the shipwrecks in a series of videos throughout the gallery.

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Marblehead Museum & Historical Society

170 Washington Street

Marblehead, MA United States

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    Treasures of the Deep: The Ray Bates Collection

    Marblehead Museum & Historical Society

    Treasures of the Deep: The Ray Bates Collection
    Discover lost pieces of local history in Treasures From the Deep. This exhibit features artifacts recovered from Marblehead and Salem Harbors over 50 years, by local diver and maritime historian Ray Bates.   The exhibit includes pieces from ten shipwrecks, as well as crocks, pipes, bottles, peacocks, and a cannonball or two. This collection is on public display for the first time. Visitors can also watch Ray Bates describe the shipwrecks in a series of videos throughout the gallery.

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