Museums in Hyannis


Visit for Two or Four or Individual or Family Membership at Cape Cod Museum of Art (Up to 47% Off)

Cape Cod Museum of Art

Cape Cod Museum of Art

Galleries highlight art from Cape Cod and the islands, from pastel-colored impressionist landscapes to bold abstract expressionist canvases

$18 $12

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Admission for One or Two to Heritage Museums & Gardens (Up to 22% Off)

Heritage Museums and Gardens

Heritage Museums and Gardens

One hundred acres of scenery, including beautiful gardens, a working 1908 carousel, vintage cars, and a children’s outdoor discovery area

$18 $14

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Admission for Two or Four to Cape Cod Children's Museum (34% Off)

Cape Cod Children's Museum

Cape Cod Children's Museum

More than 20 interactive exhibits include a tree house, music room, and pirate ship

$16 $11

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General Admission for 2, 4, 6, or 10 to The New Bedford Museum of Glass (Up to 72% Off)

The New Bedford Museum of Glass

The New Bedford Museum of Glass

Permanent collections and rotating exhibits showcase around 7,000 pieces of glass art spanning more than 3,000 years of worldwide history

$10 $3

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$37 for One-Year Membership for Two Children to Our World Children's Global Discovery Museum ($75 Value)

Our World Children's Global Discovery Museum

Cohasset

Kids ages 1 to 6 explore educationally-themed playsets and touchable exhibits

$75 $37

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Fuller Craft Museum Visit for Two, Guided Tour for Four, or Annual Membership for One (Up to 43% Off)

Fuller Craft Museum

Fuller Craft Museum

Rotating, eclectic exhibits of drawing, sculpture, and other art and functional craft forms; membership with workshop discounts

$16 $12

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John Brown House Museum Visit for Two or Four from Rhode Island Historical Society (Up to 50% Off)

Rhode Island Historical Society

John Brown House Museum

Museum examines early US social and cultural history in the 18th-century home of John Brown, an important figure in early America

$20 $11

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Leave Winter Behind with Admission for One to Boston Children's Museum (Up to 29% Off). Two Options Available.

Boston Children’s Museum

Boston

The museum offers programs and exhibits that encourage hands-on learning, inspiring kids to use their imagination and creativity

$14 $10

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$23 for Admission for Two at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum ($30 Value)

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

Boston

Explore a unique art collection spanning thousands of years inside a building that resembles a palace; new wing by architect Renzo Piano

$30 $23

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Admission or Membership to The Old State House - America's Revolutionary Museum (70% Off)

RevolutionaryBoston at the Old State House

Downtown

Experience the American Revolution through Revolutionary-era artifacts & live performances, then tour the Boston Massacre site out front

$20 $12

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Visit for Two, Four, or Six to the Museum of Work and Culture (Up to 48% Off)

Museum of Work and Culture

Museum of Work and Culture

Nine walk-through exhibits share the stories of the immigrants who traveled to Rhode Island in the late 19th century in search of prosperity

$16 $10

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Two-Hour Schooner Trip for One or Four Plus Admission to Maritime Gloucester (Up to 44% Off)

Gloucester Maritime Heritage Center

Gloucester Maritime Heritage Center

1845 fishing schooner replica sails in Gloucester Harbor from a museum with local fishing, maritime, and marine science exhibits

$40 $24

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  • Pilgrim Monument & Provincetown Museum
    In November of 1620, a modest sailing ship touched the shores of what would become Provincetown, bearing a group of Pilgrims who would create and sign the Mayflower Compact. Both the Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum were built to commemorate that historic event and preserve Provincetown history for future generations. Eye Catcher: The Pilgrim Monument was dedicated in 1910 to the Mayflower Pilgrims. Standing 252 feet tall, it's the tallest US structure made of granite. Visitors can venture up the 116 steps and 60 ramps to the top, a full 350 feet above sea level. Permanent Mainstay: Many of the exhibits celebrate the area's maritime history, such as the recreation of a 19th-century sea captain's quarters at sea. Others celebrate the area's culture, including the Art Colony, American Theatre, Admiral MacMillan?s voyages, and much more Don't Miss: FORGOTTEN PORT: Provincetown?s Whaling Heritage, a special exhibit through November 30 Past Exhibits: The Playwright of Peaked Hill Bars told the tale of how Eugene O'Neill's early life in Provincetown impacted his creative voice. Special Programs: In the summertime, the museum sponsors weekly historical walking tours of the surrounding area. At the end of November, in a century-old tradition, they light up the during a lighting ceremony that celebrates the Pilgrims' 1620 landing.
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    1 High Pole Hill Rd.
    Provincetown, MA US
  • Cape Cod Museum of Art
    The Cape Cod Museum of Art celebrates the work of artists from Cape Cod, southeastern Massachusetts, Nantucket, and Martha's Vineyard, many of whom achieved lasting influence around the globe. Highlights from the museum's seven galleries include plein-air paintings by John Joseph Enneking and Joseph Eliot Enneking ? famed American Impressionists ? and an original piece by Hans Hofmann, the Provincetown artist some call the father of Abstract Expressionism.? Of course, not all kinds of art hang neatly on walls; the museum also features an extensive outdoor sculpture garden, a screening room showing independent films, and ceilings primed and ready for whenever someone invents floating antigravity canvases. The museum's staff always looks for new and varied kinds of work to add to their collection, even from amongst visitors: they use their space to run year-round art classes for adults and children, cultivating the very local talent that their galleries celebrate.
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    60 Hope Ln.
    Dennis, MA US
  • Nantucket Shipwreck & Lifesaving Museum
    Before the invention of modern nautical technology, sudden storms, dense fog, and strong currents provided a challenge for even the most seasoned sailors. These treacherous conditions proved insurmountable for many navigating the waters surrounding Nantucket, dashing vessels against the shoals and sinking more than 700 ships over the centuries. So many wrecks began to fill the floor of the waters around Nantucket Island that the area was referred to as "a graveyard of the Atlantic." The Nantucket Shipwreck & Lifesaving Museum honors the bravery of the local islanders?often members of organizations such as the Massachusetts Humane Society, United States Life-Saving Service, and the United States Coast Guard?who placed their own lives in danger by attempting to rescue the crews stranded aboard sinking ships. The museum's permanent collection, which consists of more than 5,000 pieces, gives guests an opportunity to learn more about these individuals' heroic efforts. In addition to vintage photographs and exhibits recounting famous shipwrecks and the ensuing rescue attempts, the museum also features period artifacts that helped save lives. Additionally, the museum is a great place to take a bike ride or picnic on the beautiful grounds with views of the water.
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    158 Polpis Rd.
    Nantucket, MA US
  • Heritage Museums and Gardens
    American history and culture stand proud against the botanical backdrop of a 100-acre estate at Heritage Museums & Gardens, where guests can unplug and relax in natural beauty. It first became a homestead in 1677, eventually being developed as a farm (where Heritage's world-renowned rhododendrons were first bred) and then, in 1969, opened to the public. Size: three gallery spaces and 100 acres of gardens and walking trails lined with about 3,500 species of plants, including numerous varieties of rhododendrons that bloom each spring Eye Catcher: Beautifully maintained New England flower gardens and water features, plus Heritage?s rhododendrons in full bloom. Permanent Mainstay: the American Art & Carousel Gallery's hand-carved carousel, completed by Charles Looff in 1908; unlimited rides are included with admission; The Heritage Collection, a newly reinstalled exhibit featuring American art and artifacts from Heritage?s collection of 12,000+ items. Special Exhibitions Gallery: The gallery building is a replica of the Revolutionary War?era Temple of Virtue where George Washington bestowed the first Purple Heart to a wounded soldier in Windsor, NY. Don't Miss: The Automobile Gallery's 1909 White Steam Car Model M, which belonged to President William Howard Taft?making it the first official automobile of a United States President. This year?s special exhibit The Wyeths: America Reflected (open June 6-September 27) features paintings by three generations of one of America?s best-known art families. Hands-On Activity: Hidden Hollow, a two-acre area where children and their families learn to appreciate nature as they engage in creative play, venture down a discovery trail, and explore a 40-foot-tall treehouse Secrets of the Gardens: a labyrinth; a family maze garden; areas to enjoy a picnic with family and friends What's in Bloom?: Every season offers something new and different. See what?s in bloom here.
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    67 Grove St.
    Sandwich, MA US
  • Cape Cod Children's Museum
    With more than 20 interactive exhibits designed to stimulate the imagination, Cape Cod Children's Museum blurs the line between education and sheer entertainment. Little ones can siege the castle, cook up pretend pancakes at the Starfish Galley diner, climb the life-size tree house, or spend hours patiently standing in line at the mini post office. The music room's piano and drums add fuel to the creative fire, while a reading wagon offers respite in the form of a story-time break. The museum also hosts birthday parties, during which groups of kids can explore the many exhibits at will.
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    577 Great Neck Rd S
    Mashpee, MA US
  • The Jenney Museum
    On the quaint corner of Spring Lane and Summer Street, The Jenney Museum sits as a historic bastion of tradition and treasures. Built in 1749, the house invites guests to wander through its two exhibit rooms and gift shop. Today, The Jenney Museum remains dedicated to preserving Plymouth's Pilgrim history and integrating it into the present day. Its location near the picturesque Town Brook beckons spring-time visitors to watch thousands of river herring migrate up the waters–a must-see stop before venturing on The Jenney Museum's historic walking tour led by historian and guide, Leo Martin. During each trek, Martin cants tales including the relationship between the Pilgrims and natives, recalling their struggles, survivals, and faith that laid the foundation of our country and created future memories of Thanksgiving dinners.
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    48 Summer St.
    Plymouth, MA US

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