Restore and Renew the Conant House
Falmouth Museums on the Green contains a treasure trove of stories and artifacts that tell the story of the Cape Cod town of Falmouth, Massachusetts. The museums overlook the Village Green where members of the Colonial militia practiced in the 1700s and sea captains built their homes. Two 18th-century houses display period furniture, fine art, textiles and rotating exhibits that provide a glimpse into the town’s rich historic past.
The Museums on the Green’s lecture series continues on April 4 at 7pm with Miguel Moniz discussing the Portuguese in Falmouth. On April 5 at 7pm, Emily Sweeney will discuss Gangland Boston. And, on April 7 at 2pm, Jill Farinelli will discuss New England’s Ghost Ship, the Palatine.
The 2018 Heritage Award will be honoring education in Falmouth. Our recipients are Falmouth Volunteers in Public Schools (VIPS) and David Willard, retiring chairman of the Cape Cod Five Foundation. This event will be commemorated with a dinner at the Coonamessett Inn in Falmouth on April 25, 2018, beginning at 5 pm. For tickets to this, click here.
Winter Office Hours: 1730 Conant House, 65 Palmer Avenue, Monday-Friday, 10 am to 3 pm.
Tour Visitation hours are Monday-Friday, 10-3 and Saturday, 10-1, June 4 through October 13, 2018. Research Library open Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10 am to 1 pm by appointment.