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Art & Museums – Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard & Nantucket

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Highland House Museum

The Highland House Museum occupies one of Truro's best known landmarks, the 1907 Highland House Hotel. Exhibits provide fascinating insight into the lives of the people of Truro dating back to early European settlers and the Native Americans that preceded them.

Categories: Historical Museums

Highland Light Road, North Truro ~ (508) 487-3397 ~

 

Bartholomew Gallery

On exhibit is the artwork of local Cape Cod artists as well as many other talented American artists. The gallery also specializes in a varied blend of high quality hand-crafted jewelry in both karat gold and sterling silver.

Categories: Art Galleries

511 Main Street, Chatham ~ (508) 945-3111 ~

 

WINSTANLEY-ROARK FINE ARTS GALLERY

As artists, art historians, and gallery owners we have carefully and selectively invited other master internationally recognized artists to show at the gallery.

Categories: Art Galleries

744 Main Street, Dennis ~ (508) 385-4713 ~

 

Whydah Pirate Museum

Come see the world's only authenticated pirate treasure at this brand new interactive museum! It is a great learning experience for children and adults of all ages.

Categories: Children, Historical Museums

(508) 534-9571 ~

 

Tabernacle, Cottage Museum & MV Campground Assn

The value of the Martha's Vineyard Camp Meeting Association includes the carefully recorded historic connection with the religious "campmeeting" movement of the early 19th century, the unique layout of the grounds emulated by many post Civil War campmeeting sites, the original architectural form of the "Martha's Vineyard" cottages built between... show more

Categories: Historical Museums

Box 1176, Oak Bluffs ~ (508) 693-0525 ~

 

Thornton Burgess Museum

The Museum features a variety of memorabilia relating to the life and times of Thornton Burgess - the famed children's author, naturalist and native son of Sandwich.

Categories: Historical Museums

4 Water Street, Sandwich ~ 508.888.6870 ~

 

Hadwen House & the Oldest House & Historic Garden

Located at 96 Main Street, The Hadwen House is a Greek Revival mansion built in 1845 by whaling merchant and silver retailer William Hadwen. Hadwen purchased the property on the corner of Pleasant and Main in 1844, and commissioned local builder Frederick Brown Coleman to construct the two-and-a-half storied clapboard house with a five-bayed... show more

Categories: Historical Museums

96 Main Street, Nantucket ~ (508) 228-1894 ~

 

Frying Pan Gallery

The Frying Pan Gallery is Wellfleet's newest gallery space. Situated on Wellfleet harbor, the gallery was created by contributing artist Steve Swain in one of the last remaining authentic oyster shack buildings on the waterfront.

Categories: Art Galleries

250 Commercial St, Wellfleet ~ (508) 349-0011 ~

 

Jobi Pottery

Jobi™ Pottery is a Truro cottage industry that began in 1953. Today, owner/designer Susan Kurtzman still uses the original mid-century casting molds to create pottery in her Truro studio. Every piece of pottery and pottery dinnerware is handmade and hand painted.

Categories: Pottery

3 Depot Road, Truro ~ (508) 349-2303 ~

 

Marconi Station

Although the towers are no longer standing, it was at this site in 1903 that the first transatlantic wireless communication took place.

Categories: Historical Museums

Marconi Station Rd, Wellfleet ~

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Vacation is all about relaxing. What better way to compliment your time basking on the beaches than strolling through the many terrific museums and art galleries on the Cape and Islands. From the Kennedy Museum and Classic Sports Car Collection in Hyannis, the Nantucket Whaling and the Shipwreck and Lifesaving Museums on Nantucket, and the Martha’s Vineyard Museum in Edgartown, treat yourself to a wealth of fascinating information about the history of this unique area and view the artifacts that bring it alive for adults and kids alike.

Or, if you are not a history buff, let our Vacation Planner point you in the direction of the myriad of different art galleries featuring eclectic displays of local and other fine art and crafts. A great alternative to sun and crowd exposure on the beaches during the day, museums and galleries also provide a lovely opportunity to prolong the enjoyment of a romantic dining experience in the evenings.

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