This museum, staffed by volunteers, is something to see. If you're a nerd, like technology, you'll be dumbfounded by the technical and practical challenges with the early undersea communication cable projects. The solution for transmitting morse code messages across thousands of miles of copper cable were pretty remarkable - and the museum has a lot of the actual hardware used in the undertaking on display. It's a low-budget affair, but super informative and just absolutely fascinating if you're at all technically inclined. Don't be confused - this is not a kids hands-on technical display - it's a heavy-duty museum with a lot of text-heavy explanations about each piece of incredible gear on display. It's a super alternative to a rainy, grey day indoors on the Cape, but check opening hours as the Museum is not open every day.
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