Take a sail on our Catboat, Sarah
Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays throughout the summer 11:00 am; 1:00 pm; or 3:00 pm
For an unforgettable Cape Cod summer experience, join captain John Davis for an hour-and-a-half sail around picturesque Hyannis Harbor on our Catboat, Sarah, a Crosby catboat replica built right in our Cook Boat Shop.
$25.00 per person; maximum six passengers
Call now to reserve your spot! (508) 775-1723
Summer Soiree by the Harbor!
Join us on our patio for the
Cape Cod Maritime Museum
Summer Soiree by the Harbor!
August 10, 6:00-9:00 pm, $25.00 per person
REGISTER HERE! Join us for a fun, happening night mingling with friends by the harbor.
Cash bar, hors d’oeuvres, silent auction and raffle
This is a fundraiser for our mentoring, boat building and education programs — preserving and celebrating Cape Cod’s maritime heritage.
Learn about our exciting new programs and see our newest exhibits, including The History of Navigation from 1200 BC; The Pilgrims Before they were Here; and our Surfboat Restoration exhibit.
Sunday, July 28, 11:00 am-6:00 pm
This year we are participating in the LoveLocal Fest in beautiful Aselton Park! Come and see us, we’ll have Museum goodies for sale 🙂
Free Fun Friday!
Friday, July 5th, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
That’s right – on Friday, July 5th, museum admission is FREE!
In partnership with the Highland Street Foundation, the Cape Cod Maritime Museum is taking part in the Foundation’s Free Fun Fridays Initiative, in which 100 institutions across Massachusetts will offer FREE admission.
“We are so appreciative for the opportunity to make the museum accessible to as many people as possible,” said Liz Rabideau, executive director at the Cape Cod Maritime Museum. Museum personnel will be on hand with activities for kids including a scavenger hunt and outdoor games.
The museum will be open from 10:00 am-4:00 pm.
About Free Fun Fridays
“Our Free Fun Fridays offer visitors no-cost admission to many of the most treasured cultural venues in Massachusetts. This program was created to increase access and enrichment opportunities for children and families throughout Massachusetts during the summer months. Every Friday, from the end of June through the end of August, multiple sites are open for free. We reach out to schools, veterans groups, libraries, seniors centers, and many other community organizations to ensure that everyone knows that they are also welcome.” (www.highlandstreet.org)
About Highland Street Foundation
The Highland Street Foundation was established in 1989 by David J. McGrath, Jr., the founder and owner of TAD Resources International, Inc. David passed away in May 1995 and TAD was sold to Adecco, the world’s largest temporary help company in 1997. In his lifetime, David and his wife JoAnn contributed to a number of varied and important charitable causes through their personal philanthropy. With the sale of TAD, the Highland Street Foundation received the majority of its current endowment.
Today, JoAnn and her five children, who make up the Highland Street Foundation board, continue the traditions that she started with David. Since 1989, the McGrath Family and the Highland Street Foundation have contributed more than $200 million to hundreds of remarkable non-profit organizations.
For information about the Highland Street Foundation, visit www.highlandstreet.org.