Atwood Museum - Chatham Historical Society
The Atwood Museum is located at 347 Stage Harbor Road and has twelve spacious galleries featuring art, artifacts, maps, charts, and decorative arts portraying life on Cape Cod since the 17th century. This gem of a museum offers new exhibits every year, as well as many favorite returning exhibits. With fifteen different exhibits, there is something for everyone in your group to enjoy.
Come and visit our mural collection, preserved beach camp, preserved house from 1752, Wampanoag Wetu, then and now exhibit, Coast Guard and Lifesavers exhibit, Antique Tool Room, Joseph Lincoln exhibit, and so much more!
Due to current public health concerns, we are requiring that all visitors make advance online reservations to visit the Atwood Museum. We have also implemented procedures so that you can enjoy the exhibits knowing that precautions have been made for everyone's health and safety. Please visit our website to make your reservation and to learn more about our new safety procedures: www.chathamhistoricalsociety.org.
- Alice Stallknecht Mural Barn
- Old House from 1752
- Coast Guard Exhibit
- Fishing Gallery
- Antique Tool Room
Tuesday Talks: Tyler Akabane: Mushrooms I've Gotten to Know Around Massachusetts
- Lecture about the local mushrooms of Massachusetts
- Tuesday Apr 11, 2023
Tuesday Talks: Peter Trull: The Eastern Coy-Wolf
- In Person Lecture at the Atwood Museum from Peter Trull on the Eastern Coy-Wolf
- Tuesday May 16, 2023