Narwhal Ball Set for Sunday

The Whaling Museum in Cold Spring Harbor will offer its Narwhal Ball on Sunday, offering a variety of activities to explore the icy world of narwhals and polar sea creatures.

Activities include:

  • Creating frosty crafts to take home
  • Seeing a narwhal tusk and whale blubber
  • Storytime with Elsa
  • An arctic scavenger hunt in the galleries

Narwhals live year-round in the frigid waters around Greenland, Canada and Russia.


Some timed advance tickets on sale now.
​Save $5 on each child’s ticket.

  • Adults$8 Adults, $6 Seniors
  • Children ages 2-17: $20.  Children’s ticket includes all activities. 


  • Adults: $5
  • Children ages 2-17: $15. Children’s ticket includes all activities. 

At the Door

  • Adults: $8 Adults, $6 Seniors
  • Children ages 2-17: $25. Children’s ticket includes all activities. 


  • Adults: $5
  • Children ages 2-17: $20  Children’s ticket includes all activities.

The Narwhal Ball is just one of several activities this week and next at the museum. During winter break,the museum will continue its Black History: Whaleboat Chats, highlighting its exhibition, Whalers of the African Diaspora, on Tuesday. Also Tuesday and Thursday of next week, the museum will offer its Build a Boat workshops, focusing on African American whalers who designed, built and worked on whaling ships in the 19th century.

See details about programs, including schedule, here:

Art Council, Historical Society Plan Exhibit

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