Hull Lifesaving Museum
The Hull Lifesaving Museum, the museum of Boston Harbor Heritage, preserves the region’s lifesaving tradition and maritime culture through collections, exhibits, experiential and interpretive education, research and service to others. The museum’s open water rowing programs in Boston Harbor educate young people about themselves while developing a constituency that takes stewardship for its maritime history. The deeds, traditions, and ethics of nineteenth century coastal lifesavers—Skills, Courage, and Caring—are the foundation of the museum’s exhibits and programs, and its underlying commitment to working to impact society, and individual lives, for the better.
Our SitesPoint Allerton StationThe headquarters of the Hull Lifesaving Museum is located at the Point Allerton U.S. Lifesaving Station in Hull, MA. The museum exhibits are open to the public year round.Windmill Point Windmill Point Boathouse (Hull) is the base of our South Shore Maritime Program.Seaport BoatshopThe Seaport Boathouse at the Marine Industrial Park in South Boston, 22 Drydock Avenue, houses the Boston-based maritime programs.Boston Rowing CenterOur site for waterfront operations and our rowing fleet is located in Fort Point Channel.