Located on 100 acres of gardens and nature trails, Heritage is Cape Cod’s premier cultural attraction for people of all ages. Heritage holds a significant collection of specialty gardens and water features. Hidden Hollow™, an interactive family-friendly area, allows for play and exploration of the natural world. Heritage also has three gallery buildings housing automobiles, American folk art, historical artifacts, a vintage carousel, and special exhibitions.
From historic Sandwich to the artists’ colony in Provincetown, every town and village on Cape Cod has artists’ studios, music festivals, galleries and craft shops to enjoy. The Cape has over 83 museums to explore, including the Cape Cod Museum of Art and Heritage Museums & Gardens. There are outdoor concert and the world-class Cape Symphony. Theaters abound, including the Cape Playhouse, America’s oldest professional summer theater. Historic attractions are plentiful, from the JFK Hyannis Museum to Pilgrim Monument in Provincetown.
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"One of the most successful galleries in the country" astounding "the public with art by newly discovered artists and masterpieces by established artists." American Art Collector
Established in 1969, the Creative Arts Center is a non-profit organization dedicated to the teaching and appreciation of the arts. Open all year, the Center offers classes and workshops in drawing and painting, photography, printmaking, pottery and jewelry. In addition to offerings by its own outstanding teaching staff, the Creative Arts Center also sponsors workshops by such nationally known artists as Libby Kyer, Don Demers, Edward Minchin, Joseph Paquet, Mel Stabin, William Davis, and Mary Whyte.
The National Graduate School of Quality Management (NGS), headquartered in Falmouth, is a regionally accredited, non-profit college that focuses on transformational leadership and quality management. It is uniquely positioned in the higher education community-- offering degree programs focused on providing leaders and managers the tools they need to transform their organizations. The NGS 12-month Master of Science Degree in Quality Systems Management is held on-site on Cape Cod in a flexible format to accommodate the needs of working professionals.
The Cultural Center's mission is to increase access to education in the visual and performing arts, culture and humanities for all Cape residents, with specific concentration on youth development and professional growth. It serves as a focal point for the community and visitors to the area interested in culture and the arts by offering instruction, entertainment and exhibition.
The Cultural Center offers a wide range of events and programs related to Exhibition, Education, and Entertainment. Please visit our calendar to see what's coming up.
The Cape's largest celebration of the green! This annual event - held every March - has become one of the largest and most anticipated off-season occasions on the Cape, drawing upwards of 45,000 spectators from all over the country.
If you're at an event on Cape Cod, you're likely to see William F. Pomeroy there taking photographs. William has an extensive background in art, photography and graphic design. His photography has been featured on the cover of The Cape Codder and other noteworthy publications. He's photographed events all over the Cape year-round, including: Brewster in Bloom, Pops in the Park and The Wellfleet Oyster Fest.
We’re Cape Cod Live! 17 theaters and producing organizations working together to ensure a bright future for theater and all of the performing arts on Cape Cod.
The Falmouth Museums on the Green contain a treasure trove of stories and artifacts that tell the story of the town of Falmouth, Massachusetts. The museums overlook the Village Green where members of the Colonial militia practiced in the 1700s and sea captains built their homes. Two 18th-century houses display period furniture, fine art, textiles and rotating exhibits that provide a glimpse into the town’s rich historic past.
“An architectural wonder" - Cape Cod Travel Guide