The two day Plein Air Paint-Out and Fundraiser scheduled for August 18-19, is regretfully cancelled. Those who had planned to attend are still encouraged to visit the museum and tour the fine art gallery, where John Stobart's paintings will remain the featured collection into December 2017.
John Stobart: An Artist's Voyage
Our 2017 John Stobart gallery exhibit has opened for the season, featuring 19 original paintings and 12 signed prints. John will be lecturing at the museum on July 16 and 23 on a variety of topics, including his art and life experiences.
Explore the diversity of Cape Cod under the guidance of author & lecturer Gil Newton. Learn about the plants and animals who thrive in the ocean and along the shoreline as he brings us through the pages of his most recent publication, Marine Habitats of Cape Cod. A member of the Association to Preserve Cape Cod, and one of the founders of Barnstable Land Trust, Gil has extensive environmental and ecological experience.
Join us on Wednesday, August 23 from 5-7pm to view the dynamic world of our local seashore. Gil's book will be available for purchase at the museum, and the opportunity to have your copy signed at the lecture is encouraged.
Pirate's Ball 2017
Calling all adventurers! Join the Cape Cod Maritime Museum for an evening of fundraising and revelry at the 2017 Pirates Ball. Dance to swashbuckling sounds, feast on food, drink some grog, play some games and be entertained by comedian Preston “Captain Flapjack” Simpson. Costumes are encouraged and having fun is required! Adults only.
The Cape Cod Maritime Museum is a non-profit based in Hyannis, Massachusetts. We are Cape Cod's first museum dedicated to our rich maritime culture. Our mission includes preserving the rich seafaring traditions which Cape Cod and the Islands are famous for. We accomplish this by preserving critical artifacts of bygone eras, and promoting the well-known sailing skills and heritage through our exhibitions, the objects in our collection, public events, and our educational programs. We enable audiences of all ages to understand and enjoy Cape Cod's maritime culture and experience the essence of what makes our corner of the country truly remarkable.
The Cape Cod Maritime Museum is ideally located on the Hyannis waterfront - adjacent to Aselton Park. Aside from the beauty of our South Street site, and our commanding view of the harbor, we are in the very heart of Hyannis village itself! The Cape Cod Maritime Museum is within walking distance of Main Street and the ferries to Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket, and near a variety of restaurants, beaches, attractions, and lodging.
Hyannis, MA is Cape Cod’s commercial, cultural and geographic center. The Museum brings a year-round cultural and educational asset to the village’s waterfront, and attracts visitors from the immediate community, the state, New England, as well as from nations throughout the world.
We invite you to join us here at CCMM, and learn what maritime life really means to the men and women of Cape Cod.
For more information about the Cape Cod Maritime Museum, or to schedule your tour, please call us at 508-775-1723.
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We want to thank the following sponsors for their support. With their generosity, we have been able to offer more programming to the public.
We work closely with our partners, enabling you to enjoy your visit to Hyannis and Cape Cod. Please visit our partners during your visit.