Virtual History Bus Tour of Chatham, MA
A Collaboration of Historic Chatham
On: June 13, 2 tours: 10 am and 2 pm
Visit Chatham, MA at the elbow of Cape Cod like you have never seen it before! Historic Chatham invites you on another Historic Bus Tour of Chatham, this year, done virtually! This virtual bus tour is in celebration of History Weekend, June 12-14. Sign up today to hop on the bus - virtually - on June 13 at either 10 am or 2 pm. Reservations are required and virtual seats are limited!
Back by popular demand, join last year’s bus tour guide and history-buff Ron Clark to view key historic points in Chatham and discuss the fascinating history of our early New England town. Special guest Tim Wood will also talk about a couple of historic Main St. locations that are part of his “Chatham Walks” walking tours during the summer.
The virtual tour will depart from Depot Rd. next to the Chatham Railroad Museum, and will make an approximately 90-minute circuit around Historic Chatham, with tour guide narration and stops at the following locations, where a local guide from the museum / site will join the tour for a brief introduction to each site, with visuals.
In addition, the tour route will pass by other historic sites, including the Atwood School, the Champlain Monument, and a variety of less-well-known hidden gem historic locations in the town.
The virtual bus tour will be conducted using Zoom technology. Participants can use a desktop or laptop computer, or a tablet (for example iPad). A smartphone can be used but is not recommended due to the small screen size. The tour will feature plenty of pictures and videos of Historic Chatham.
To learn more about Historic Chatham, please visit: www.historic-chatham.org.
For more detail about the bus tour, please visit: www.historic-chatham.org/bus-tour.html
To learn more about Tim Wood’s Chatham Walks, please visit: www.facebook.com/chathamwalk/timeline
To reserve your seat for this virtual bus tour, please visit the following link:
The museums and historic institutions that comprise Historic Chatham continue to need your support in these challenging times; please consider donations to one or more of our member institutions, which are all listed above and on the Historic Chatham website.
- Eldredge Public Library
- Chatham Conservation Foundation's Mayo House
- Chatham Godfrey Windmill
- Atwood Museum
- Monomoy National Wildlife Refuge
- Chatham Lighthouse
- Marconi-RCA Wireless Museum
- Nickerson Family Association's Caleb Nickerson House
- Chatham Railroad Museum