The Museum Visitor Center is located in the rustic Hallett Barn, which is wheelchair-accessible. Tour tickets are available here. Activities are provided to visitors which introduce the town and the museums, illustrating the connection between our past and the present.
The Cultural Center is where a variety of public programs, lectures and events for both children and adults are hosted. Opened in December 2012, it is also available for private rentals.
Dr. Francis Wicks House
The c.1790 Dr. Francis Wicks House is an example of what life was like for a physician in a Federalist-era home. Guided tours are provided and visitors can learn about life in Falmouth by viewing the oldest home on the Town Green and seeing furnishings from the period.
The c.1730 Conant House is where the offices of the Historical Society are located as well as where exhibitions are held. Restored and remodeled in 2016, it houses our Research Library and archives. An exhibit and timeline of Falmouth’s past entitled “Falmouth: Changing with the Times”, is available for self-guided tours.
The Falmouth Garden Club
The Falmouth Garden Club maintains three delightful gardens on the Museum grounds — a Colonial-style flower garden, an herb garden, and Memorial Park. Visitors are welcome to picnic in the gazebo or stroll the gardens during daylight hours year-round.