Every facet of this jewel box movie house and cultural center is unique, affordable, and community driven. The Orpheum is a quality cinema with two screens with 3-D capability, 6.1 SurroundSound© audio, and extremely comfortable seats with widely-spaced aisles. We feature first-run major motion pictures plus art house films, independent productions and documentaries, including locally-produced films. In addition, the Orpheum offers creative alternative programming for children, elders, and families.
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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Over the last 20 years, thousands of people have come through the doors of Cotuit Center for the Arts and experienced an art center unlike anything else. Offering a variety of educational programs, performances and exhibitions, The Center has established itself as a great place to celebrate the arts. Founded in 1993 and incorporated as a non-profit charitable organization in 1995, Cotuit Center for the Arts has an excellent history of producing and presenting innovative, quality works that encourage individual artistic development and exploration.
The Chatham Historical Society was organized in 1923. Three years later, the society acquired the Atwood House – a gambrel-roofed house built in the 1750's. Except for the addition of essential electricity, the old Atwood House is unchanged from when it was built and is furnished throughout as it was during the 18th and 19th centuries.
Plymouth, America's Hometown was the site of the first permanent settlement of English colonists in New England. Visit a recreation of that settlement at the 1627 English Village and Native Homesite at Plimoth Plantation. Board Mayflower II, a reproduction of the ship that sailed the Colonists to the New World.
The National Marine Life Center is an independent, non-profit organization dedicated to rehabilitating for release stranded sea turtles, seals, dolphins, porpoises, and small whales, and to advancing scientific knowledge and education in marine wildlife health and conservation. Our Marine Animal Discovery Center is open to the public for free during summer months and features exhibits and activities about marine animals, as well as gifts and souvenirs.
The Harwich Historical Society is a private, non-profit organization that collects, preserves, and presents the history of Harwich through exhibitions, education programs, active collecting, and research. The Society is housed in the historic Brooks Academy, a former school. Exhibits are open seasonally and feature an extensive display about cranberry culture along with seasonal and changing displays. The newly reconstructed Elmer Crowell Barn on the museum grounds presents the life and times of Harwich's famous bird carver.
Girl Scouts is the premier leadership program for girls, letting the girls themselves determine how they will spend their time and the impact they can make in their community and the larger world. It began over 100 years ago with one woman, Juliette Gordon Low, who believed in the power of every girl. Today, we continue her mission of building girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.
The Cape and Islands enjoy a rich history created by people of color from the region. Many journeyed from across the ocean, and once here, continued journeys of another kind. We see the extraordinary roles and contributions of people of color spanning the eras of the slave trade, abolitionism, and more recently, the civil rights movement. People of color have been the backbone of the whaling and cranberry industries over the centuries. African-Americans, Cape Verdeans, and other people of color helped shape the Cape Cod of today. The Zion Union Heritage Museum, Inc.
Enjoy a panoramic view of Provincetown Harbor, Cape Cod Bay, Cape Cod National Seashore and the Town of Provincetown from the top of this 252 foot granite structure commemorating the "first landing" of the Mayflower Pilgrims on November 21, 1620. The Provincetown Museum features exhibits on the Pilgrims, the building of the Monument, maritime history, the early days of modern American theater as well as an impressive collection of paintings, furniture, functional and decorative arts.
Discover a world of exceptional elegance at the Newport Mansions. Audio tours at The Breakers, The Elms, and Marble House & Rosecliff bring you the personal stories of the men and women who lived and worked in these grand mansions. Discover where the Duke of Marlborough proposed to his future Duchess at Marble House, Newport’s own Downtown Abbey. The Breakers Children’s Tour introduces kids to the great house from a unique and whimsical perspective. A unique Servant Life Tour at The Elms will take you from the coal tunnel in the basement to the rooftop terrace.