Even though it is winter on Cape Cod, there are museums are open for exhibits, events, classes, music, tours, virtual events and more. Check the list below to see who are welcoming visitors. Click on the museum name to find out their hours and ticket purchasing.
Please remember, all visitors must wear masks during their visit. Social distancing is expected. Museums have limited occupancy according to Massachusetts Coronavirus Guidelines. And as always – enjoy your visit. The museum staff have worked hard to make your visit safe and fun. Have a great time and thanks for supporting Cape Cod museums.
Atlantic White Shark Conservancy Shark Center, Chatham
Cape Cod Art Center, Barnstable Village
Cape Cod Maritime Museum, Hyannis
Cape Cod Museum of Art, Dennis
Centerville Historical Museum, Centerville
Cultural Center of Cape Cod, South Yarmouth
Falmouth Art Center, Falmouth
Massachusetts Air & Space, Hyannis
Provincetown Arts Association and Museum, Provincetown
Toad Hall Classic Car Museum, Hyannis
Wellfleet Preservation Hall, Wellfleet
And Don’t Forget!! You can still purchase gifts from Cape Cod Museum stores and do curbside pick-up!
You can now get a unique gift from Cape Cod Museums. These museums now offer curbside pick up from their gift stores. Please return to this page as more museums are making their gift stores available to the public. Pick up some history and an unique Cape Cod gift.
Atlantic White Shark Conservancy: Please check their website for information on how you can order from their gift store.
Cape Cod Art Center: The Cape Cod Art Center is now one large gift store. Please check their website for more information for shopping details. Contact them at 508-362-2909 with any of your questions.
Cape Cod Museum of Art: Please check their website for their Zoom schedule of personal shoppers in their store.
Cape Cod Museum of Natural History: They are currently running a limited shop from their KidSummer Classroom. More items have been added to their online shop and are available for pickup! Check their website for all their gifts.
Chatham Marconi RCA-Wireless Museum: They have an online store. Check their website for all their gifts.
Dennis Historical Society: Their bookstore is open and items are available for shipping. Check their website for their selection.
Historical Society of Santuit & Cotuit: Please check their website for hours of operation and how to order on line.
Green Briar Nature Center & Jam Kitchen of the Thorton W. Burgess Society: Please check their website for jellies and jams as well as their mercantile store. Goods are available for pickup and shipping.
Nantucket Historical Association: Please check their website for their store. If you have any questions contact their store at firstname.lastname@example.org. When someone checks out online, they can select curbside. There is free delivery for our on-island members.
National Marine Life Center: Please check their website for their store and their unique items.
Provincetown Art Association and Museum: Please check their website for their gift store and their items for sale. They offer curbside pickup and shipping. Please check for more details.
Sandwich Glass Museum: Please check their website for their store. Details are on the page about shipping and curbside pickup.
Truro Historical Society: The Truro Historical Society has reproductions of vintage maps for sale here on their website. Please contact email@example.com for more information or to place an order.
Woods Hole Historical Museum: The gift store is now online. Order items for pickup or shipping. Check their website to see what gifts you can buy!