Located in the 1730 Conant House
Karen Rinaldo’s “The First Thanksgiving, 1621”
“Falmouth: Changing with the Times”
Due to the COVID-19 Virus, the Museums on the Green will be closed for all public visitation and events until further notice. Thank you for your patience and understanding. We hope you remain safe and healthy.
We will be introducing our VIRTUAL TALKS on May 21, 2020, so that you can enjoy our programming while remaining safe and healthy. For a list of our Virtual Talks, please click here.
To donate to the Museums on the Green, please click here
There’s so much to explore at the Museums on the Green, run by the Falmouth Historical Society. Our beautiful two-acre campus features two 18th century homes, an early 20th century reconstructed barn, a vibrant Cultural Center, Colonial gardens, a historic cannon and stocks, a children’s playhouse, and a three-seater outhouse. Look closely and you can even see the life-size outline of a ship on the lawn near the whaling pots. Each building and exhibit tell a story about those who have lived in and visited this seaside community. Take your time as you travel back in time. Let’s make history together!
The Museums on the Green opens for the 2020 visitation season on Saturday May 23 and concludes on October 10. Our Research Library is open Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, 10 am to 2 pm or by appointment.
Monday-Friday, 10 am to 3 pm
1730 Conant House, 65 Palmer Avenue,