HISTORICAL WALKING TOURS
“AROUND FALMOUTH” WALKING TOUR (June-October)
Tuesdays & Thursdays at 10 am (weather permitting)
Cost $10/includes admission to Museums’ buildings and exhibits
The best way to step back into Falmouth’s history is to step out on a walk with our experienced guide. You’ll stop by the 1814 Captain William Bodfish House and learn about one of the youngest master mariners of the time, hear the 1796 Paul Revere bell ring in the First Congregational Church, and visit the town burial ground where the oldest headstone is dated 1706. You’ll also find out what a “live oaker” is and see what the Village Green looked like over a century ago. This walk lasts 1.5-2 hours and covers almost a mile over mostly flat, paved ground. Please wear comfortable shoes and bring water. Plan to arrive at the Hallett Barn Visitor Center by 9:45 am.
Learn a lot about Falmouth’s history on a short walk around the Village Green. Please arrive at the Hallet Barn Visitor Center by 9:45 am.
Reservations are not required, but are requested. Please call 508.548.4857 or email [email protected]