Maritime Days In May


Cape Cod Maritime Days

Cape Cod Maritime Days

There’s no time better than RIGHT NOW to start planning for a vacation in May – and Maritime Days on Cape Cod is the place to be in New England.

From local community festivals featuring food, music and activities, to boat-building demonstrations, to fishing and kayaking outings, Maritime Days offers something for everyone to enjoy.

One Of The Top Cape Cod Attractions!

Maritime Days has been designated as on of the Top 100 Events in North America by the American Bus Association!

For history buffs, the Cape Cod Maritime Days are a feast of information and insight into a very important area in New England’s history and, thereby, in the history of the United States as a whole.

There are events like Cape Cod Maritime Museum Lectures and book signings, where author Elizabeth Moisan presents her book, Master of the Sweet Trade: The Story of Pirate Sam Bellamy and the Ship Whydah.

Some other events history lovers won’t want to miss are:

Walking Tour of Hyannis Waterfront
Sunday, May 30th
Time: 10am
Location: Meet at the flagpole at Aselton Park, Hyannis

Barnstable historian Professor James Gould will lead a historical walk along the Lewis Bay waterfront, featuring ships & shipwrecks, Native American leaders, Naval skirmish of the War of 1812, Figawi race and more.

Waters of Cape Cod Exhibition
May 1 – 31st
Time: Open during museum hours
Location: Cape Cod Museum of Art, Route 6A, Dennis

An art exhibition of paintings by Cape Cod artists, featuring Ted Kennedy’s painting of Mya and various paintings from the museum collection with maritime themes.

Come To Cape Cod For Maritime Days!

So, if you are a history lover, or anyone who enjoys a month full of fun and interesting events be sure to make a spot on the calendar to catch at least some of this awesome celebration.

Book now – and take advantage of some great deals going on NOW at many Cape Cod Hotels.

Cape Cod is the place to be in the month of May!

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