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The staff is pleasant and knowledgeable. My mom has difficulty standing for a long time. They placed chairs throughout the main level. She couldn't go upstairs, due to her mobility. She still enjoyed the museum.
What a Wonderful afternoon We had at this amazing museum.
I was looking for something my husband and I could both enjoy on this rainy afternoon and so I searched for museums on the Cape. Having been coming here for many years I have been...More
This museum looks small from the outside but is Tardis like as we say in the UK large number of rooms with excellently displayed and curated collections. Wonderfully helpful and enthusiastic staff will give you a tour if they are not busy. Great insights into...More
is an appropriate title for the current exhibit of 35 ball gowns spanning the years 1820 to 1982. The changes in fashion are fascinating, for example, the revealing flapper dresses from 1921 and 1926 contrasted with the demure ball gown of 1943.
Another highlight for...More
We had heard about the Bridal Gown exhibit, so made a trip and it ended up being a fantastic experience with something for everyone. We were toured throughout the museum and treated to wonderful stories of history. The bridal gowns on display are from the...More
This charming small town Cape museum has done an amazing job of preserving its very interesting history. Currently there is an exhibit of wedding gowns that spans over 100 years. There also are permanent exhibits: maritime, pre-digital toys (20th Century Toys made from the 1920's...More
This surprisingly interesting museum was located down the street from our B&B. The exhibits are housed on two floors plus the basement, & you can spend 1-1.5 hours there. The basement is dedicated to area shipwrecks, featuring background history & artifacts. As we were the...More
Really interesting exhibit on wedding dresses from the past 200 years. Included a large display of dresses from local women including 4 dresses from 4 generations from the same family. Our guide was well informed and very enthusiastic making for a very informative tour and...More
This is a neat activity hidden away on Main Street Centerville,MA. Perfect for a rainy day, or a day where you would like to fit a special activity in. It has plenty of items for the past but not suited for children as they wouldn't...More