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Lake Champlain Maritime Museum is a research and educational institution dedicated to preserving and sharing the extraordinary cultural and natural resources of Lake Champlain. We inspire children and adults through world-class nautical archaeology, robust educational programs, and full-sized and operational replica vessels that bring history to life.

Our four-acre campus is located right on the water's edge, so our collections invite discovery and understanding in their original setting and visitors can embark on lake adventures of their own!

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Recent Posts: Lake Champlain Maritime Museum

Job Opening – Executive Director

Job Opening – Executive Director

Do you love Lake Champlain and its historical lore? Are you an experienced leader and mentor with knowledge of the nonprofit world? Then we have the job for you! The Lake Champlain Maritime Museum is looking for an enthusiastic, environmentally aware, history curious, education minded, people person to become our Executive Director. LCMM is a unique blend of museum and …

Service Opportunity – LCMM Educator AmeriCorps

Service Opportunity – LCMM Educator AmeriCorps

Position Description: Educator for year-round education programs. AC members teach and mentor students, lead school groups, create curricula and lead maritime adventure camps. Service may include teaching after-school programs, communicating with local partners, outreach to schools, or research of ecology, history and archaeology content. Type of AmeriCorps State Position: Full time Minimum Hrs: 1710 Hours Time frame: 9/15/18-9/14-19 Preferred Qualifications: …

Blackburn Race 2018

Blackburn Race 2018

On Saturday, July 21st, the Lake Champlain Maritime Museum’s Community Rowing program entered in the lengthy and notorious race, The Blackburn Challenge for the first time. Held yearly in Gloucester, MA, this 20-plus mile race circumnavigates Cape Ann. Rowers Mike Crane, Lisa Percival, Gretchen Richer, Tim Cowan, Andrew Rainville, and Mary Hennessy attended regular LCMM Community Rowing practices and were ably …

The RV Wandsbek Rowing Club visits LCMM

The RV Wandsbek Rowing Club visits LCMM

Lead by Heiner and Jan Sussebach of Westminster, Vermont, 11 rowers from the RV Wandsbek Rowing Club in Hamburg, Germany came to Lake Champlain Maritime Museum (LCMM) to try rowing in our pilot gigs. The club normally rows in sliding seat boats so the gigs were a new adventure! The group assembled on site where they were met by Lisa …