Exclusive Tours Offered to View the Discovered 18th Century Ship | News Release | City of Alexandria


Photo © Old Town Post


April 14, 15, and 16, 2016

116 South Quaker Lane

(old DASH bus barn)

10 a.m. to 4 p.m. every 30-minutes


Recommended Donation $10


Special behind-the-scenes tours are being offered of our 18th-century ship, before it is moved to a conservation facility. Reservations for the 30-minute tours are required and available while supplies last from https://shop.alexandriava.gov/SelectEvent.aspx. Select Alexandria Archaeology Save our Ship Tours to make your reservation.

Once completed, please make a minimum donation of $10 to Save Our Ship throughhttps://spring2action.razoo.com/Saveourship. All proceeds benefit the ship conservation fund.

Space is limited. Book today and take full advantage of this rare and unique opportunity to meet and observe the archaeologists and conservators as they record the ship timbers.

Early Alexandrians sunk the ship in the Potomac mudflats over 200 years ago. Archaeologists unearthed it, temporarily saving it from destruction. Now, we need your help to preserve this fragile vessel for future generations!

For more information about the ship’s excavation, stabilization, and media coverage, visithttps://www.alexandriava.gov/historic/archaeology/default.aspx?id=87317

Help us SAVE OUR SHIP! #SaveOurShipALX

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