If you like historical artifacts, you will really enjoy this museum. This is a sea captain's house that has been made into a museum with additional period donations.
The docent was very knowledgeable and we thoroughly enjoyed our tour. The highlights were: a gigantic Weeping Beech Tree which felt like a tree house on the ground (the temp is 15 degrees cooler under the branches than in the sun.), the summer kitchen with more historical kitchen gadgets than you can find in the home section at TJ MAXX, and great oil portraits of ships and sea captains and their families. The kids' room was adorned with toys and samplers from time's past and all in air-conditioned comfort! $3 admission - best bargain on the Cape.
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