Kalmar Nyckel: The Forgotten Journey
Mark Your Calendar, Set Your DVR ... Don't Miss It! Tuesday, December 19, at 9 pm on WHYY TV!
In partnership with Glass Entertainment Group, the Kalmar Nyckel Foundation is pleased to share the story of the original
Kalmar Nyckel's first voyage to the Delaware Valley. It's an epic adventure and a missing piece of
America's colonial history. Don't miss this world television premiere! Join Our Team! Don't Miss Our Next Volunteer Open House!
Interested in volunteering with the Tall Ship of Delaware? Come to our next Volunteer Open House on December 16 from 10 am-12 pm and learn more! Kalmar Nyckel Foundation receives Financial Literacy Education Fund Grant
We were pleased to be presented with a grant from the Financial Literacy Education Fund (FLEF) to support our Starting A Colony program in the classrooms for the 6th consecutive year! Visit the Copeland Maritime Center!
Visit and explore the Copeland Maritime Center and tour our exhibits during our regularly scheduled hours:
Monday-Friday 10 am - 4 pm.
Saturday 10 am - 2 pm. Cost is $5 for this self-guided building tour.
The ship is closed to the public during the weekdays. On Saturdays you can tour the ship if the daily maintenance schedule and weather allows (subject to change without notice). Ship tour price is $10 ($5 youth).
Did you know: That Peter Minuit died in a Caribbean hurricane in August of 1638 on the first voyage back to Sweden, but that Kalmar Nyckel survived?