Our newest Location Marine Consignment and Supply of Fall River, MA just steps from the Marine Museum and a short walk to battleship cove With over 6000 sqft of Inventory we will surely have something for every boater from the commercial fisherman to power boaters and sailors alike Located at 75 Ferry street on the way to Bordon light marina with the ever happening Tipsy Seagull restaurant, a floating party barge where one can dock up and grab a bite to eat and a Craft beer or cocktail while listening to the daily bands and take in the beauty of the bay there’s something for everyone come on down and make a day of it.
If its a family gathering check out America’s fleet museum, Battleship Cove – the world’s largest exhibit of historic naval ships.
Battleship Cove is one of Southeastern Massachusetts’ most popular tourist attractions. With its collection of military vessels of local, national, and international importance, the museum draws visitors from all over the world. Explore the USS Massachusetts, the destroyer USS Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr., submarine USS Lionfish, and PT Boats from the South Pacific, as well as the thrilling interactive Pearl Harbor Experience. Battleship Cove was also the 5th most popular attraction in the state during the Highland Street Foundation’s Free Fun Fridays!
The Museum is an unforgettable journey of discovery into our country’s past and a learning experience visitors will not soon forget.
The Marine Museum opened its doors to the public in 1968 An educational, cultural organization dedicated to preserving maritime heritage in Fall River and along the South Coast. and now, with the recent alliance with the historic naval ships exhibit at Battleship Cove, it is our hope that we will be successful in attracting to Fall River, an international audience to learn of the naval and maritime story we have to tell in Fall River. The two institution’s library accumulations are about to be combined into one large naval and maritime research collection which will be housed at the museum — making them a major historical research facility.
Wednesday – Saturday… 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Sunday… 11:00 am to 4:00 pm
Closed… Mondays, Tuesdays and Most Holidays