Summer Guide Cape Cod

Summer Guide Cape Cod 2018

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Page 27 of 147 26 THE STORY OF FALMOUTH STARTS HERE 18 th Century Museum Tours • Event Venue •Colonial Gardens • Exhibitions Research Library • Walking Tours • Gift Shop •Adult & Children's Programs 55-65 Palmer Avenue, Falmouth, MA | 508-548-4857 | | HERITAGE AWARD DINNER Wednesday, June 21 • 5 PM • Coonamessett Inn SPECIAL LECTURE: SERGEI KHRUSHCHEV Wednesday, July 19 • 7 PM • Falmouth Academy 48 TH ANNUAL ANTIQUES SHOW AND SALE Saturday, August 26 • 10 AM–4 PM • Museums on the Green Falmouth museums on the green Take a trip to former times at Falmouth Museums on the Green. Our two-acre campus highlight- ing local and regional history is right downtown. Free parking. Explore the 1790 Dr. Francis Wicks House—the stateliest mansion on the Town Green. Tour our research facilities and "Falmouth: Chang- ing with the Times" exhibit in the 1730 Conant House. Stroll through our gardens. Don't forget the Whaling Wives Gift Shop in our Visitors Center. Let us be the perfect start to your seaside getaway! 508-548-4857,Map H-2 sandwich glass museum Glass and history meld to showcase over 10,000 dazzling pieces of Sandwich glass made during the 19th and 20th century. Daily glassblowing demonstrations, a multi-media presentation, in- teractive exhibits, featured glass artists, and spe- cial exhibitions round out the experience for the whole family. Visit the Museum Store for exquisite contemporary glass and exclusive reproductions. Open daily April-December 9:30-5:00pm. Closed January. February and March open Wednesday- Sunday 9:30am - 4:00pm. Admission $10 adults, $9 seniors, $2 children 6-17. 129 Main Street, Sandwich.; 508 888 0251; Map E-4 Sandwich GlaSS MuSeuM Museum Gift Shop • Special Exhibits Daily Glassblowing Demonstrations An Experience for the Entire Family 129 Main Street, Sandwich, MA 02563

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