Barnstable Historical Society Museum
Located in the heart of historic Barnstable Village, 3087 Main Street, Barnstable
The Museum displays early portraits of local sea captains, maritime memorabilia and several rooms with early memroabilia and collections.
Admission is free.
Off season hours call to schedule an appointment to visit the museum or email : 508-362-2982 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Centerville Historical Museum
The fourteen-room museum includes an 1840 house and contains an outstanding collection of historic costumes, maritime and military artifacts, quilts, Crowell birds, 18th and 19th century decorative arts, paintings, tools, and children's toys and dolls.
Historical Society of Santuit and Cotuit
DOTTRIDGE HOMESTEAD AND MUSEUM AND FIRE MUSEUM
Founded in 1955, the grounds of the Historical Society of Santuit and Cotuit feature Dottridge Homestead, the Museum and attached Fire Museum, an archive room, a gift shop, the Ice House and historical kitchen gardens. The buildings are open weekends from Memorial Day through Columbus Day, Thanksgiving weekend and during Christmas in Cotuit, the first weekend in December. The archives are available for research, and the Homestead and museums are available for private tours by appointment. 508-428-0461 1148 Main Street, Cotuit.
W.F. Jones House, Museum and Research Facility, Home of the Barnstable Historical Society
Repository for all things Barnstable history.
Upcoming events in Historical Societies
Be sure to check out the arts and cultural happenings in all seven villages.