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Guided, accessible walks for the public in the village of Hyannis adjacent to the JFK Hyannis Museum

Learn about the Kennedy family history on Cape Cod, from JFK to RFK, Ted and their roles in public service.  Visit where President-Elect John F. Kennedy met the world press after the 1960 election.  Hear about the Peace Corps, the Rose Kennedy Rose Garden, and major issues in the 1960s that continue to resonate today.

Based on the walks of the Cape Cod Camino Way we not only share Kennedy’s legacy, but also stories about local history-Native Americans, the role of women, social justice movements, and connections to current topics today.  Interactive and informative!

Researched and curated by Margaret (Peggy) Jablonski, Ph.D. an inspiring, accomplished leader with twenty-five years of experience as a senior executive in education. Dr. Jablonski created and documented The Cape Cod Camino Way walks she developed in the 2020 pandemic.


$25 includes museum admission.
$15 walk-only.
Free – children 6 and under
Max group size is 26.
Inquire about group rates and special group tour dates.

How is the walk accessible?

The walk script, and questions posed by the guide are available in a written handout. The route includes ADA compliant sidewalks, street crossings, stops for rest in shade or air-conditioned buildings. Venues with second floor amenities have elevators. Restroom/toilet facilities are available.

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