Cape Cod Maritime Museum
Preserving and celebrating Cape Cod’s maritime heritage
In an abundance of caution and respect for our community, The Cape Cod Maritime Museum is closed until April 30th to help slow the spread of COVID 19. All programs have been cancelled in accordance with the CDC and public health officials requests. We are working on plans to reschedule our lectures and classes when the time is right. We wish everyone our community well.
Stay connected and check out our newest website addition – CCMM Podcasts!
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Nestled at the head of beautiful Hyannis Harbor, the Cape Cod Maritime Museum holds a unique collection of artifacts, models, and fine art chronicling the nautical history of some of Cape Cod’s most important nautical events and people.
The museum’s Cook Boat Shop is a working wood boat shop where we help strengthen community through boat building — keeping alive the boat building culture, a tradition that’s been passed down through the generations.
Our Historic Boat Barn houses a complete collection of Cape Cod wood boats — many of them, such as our Spritsail Susie, over 100 years old.
135 South Street Hyannis, MA 02601
Open Everyday: 10 AM – 4 PM
Open Sun & Mon on Holiday weekends|
Open 7 Days during Winter School Vacation
Wed-Saturday: 10AM-4PM, Sun Noon-4PM