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A really enjoyable way to spend the day after breakfast. You get a quick 10 minute tutorial by one of the staff and then you can explore the two story house with a load of history. 7 bucks a head is worth your time.
I asked a question about an obscure property in Truro, and the man at the desk lit up with interest. The woman, Audrey, went into the research room while my daughter and I looked at exhibits, and she reappeared with a print out of the...More
We visited during a rainy day on vacation. They have interesting exhibits on shipwrecks, life saving stations and a great local art temporary exhibit. It's a great way to understand how early visitors to the cape lived. Allow about an hour to go through this...More
Museum is small but nice. The Highland House Museum is the old Highland House, a hotel built on the Highlands in 1907. It is an example of a turn-of-the-century summer resort hotel.Located near the Highland Lighthouse which is a must to see.
A visit to...More