Tours Available on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays starting in early May. Please check out our special Winter Walks under the Calendar page.
Routes Will Vary
Start Time: Tours depart promptly at 10:00 am
Meeting Place: Hallett Barn Visitors Center.* Please arrive by 9:45 am.
Cost: $5 for Members/$10 for Non-Members.
Village Green: Famous Residents, Falmouth Firsts, Favorite Spots
Learn about several famous Falmouth citizens, see a house full of Falmouth Firsts, and visit one of Falmouth’s favorite places.
Locust Street: Sailors, Settlers, Soldiers, and Cemeteries
This walk focuses on the homes, adventures, and families of several whaling captains, along with the original settlement area of Falmouth, local soldiers from the Revolutionary War to the Civil War, and the old town burying ground.
Depot Avenue: Rails, Roads, and our Native American Heritage
Visit the old Falmouth Railroad Station, rediscover an abandoned roadway, and hear about the Native Americans who live here from one of their tribe members.
Maritime: A Walk on Land about the Sea
Learn about Falmouth’s rich maritime history of fishing, coastal trading, whaling, and ocean research and hear stories of some interesting people and events.
Old Burying Ground: Grave Undertakings
From the most respected minister to the lowliest outcast, everyone in Falmouth ended up here eventually. See their markers and hear their stories as our tour guide leads you through this hidden gem of a cemetery.
* The Old Burying Ground tour meets at the top of Cemetery Lane.
NOTE: Preregistration is required for this tour.