Seaport Past & Future: Free Public Exhibit will take guests through two centuries of the Seaport’s epic changes, which have affected New York City and entire region. These momentous occasions will be illustrated through multi-media features and scale models, representing the district during these crucial moments in history and culminating with an architectural model of GGP’s proposed plan for the new Seaport.

• 1825-The Rise of South Street
• 1885- The Street of Ships
• 1920- Port Into Market
• 1967- Decline & Rebirth
• 2008- South Street Seaport Today
• 2013- Seaport Future

Visitors will be able to view archival material that shows vintage streetscapes—with the same views as they appear today—and illustrates the continuities and change over time at the Seaport.

It is free, open to the public, and available to groups with prior arrangement.

191 Front Street, near John Street
Thursday-Saturday, 11am to 7pm  Sunday, 12pm to 5pm
Call 212-SEA-PORT for hours and details


This Site is not intended to be an offer to sell nor a solicitation of offers to buy real estate to residents of Connecticut,
Idaho, New York, New Jersey, and Oregon, or to residents of any other jurisdiction where prohibited by law.