PLAN YOUR VISIT

July - August:

Fridays 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Saturdays 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

September:

Fridays 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

October - June: by appointment

 

Group tours and special visits are available. Please contact us to schedule a visit.

From Boston, MA:
Take I-93 S toward Quincy. Take exit 4 on the left to merge onto MA-24 S to exit 14A merging onto I-495 S toward Cape Cod. Take exit 1 to merge onto I-195 W toward Wareham/New Bedford to exit 19A Mattapoisett. Take North Street (south) crossing over County Road/Route 6. Make a right onto Church Street. The Mattapoisett Museum is approximately 1/3 mile on the right. Parking is on the street.

From Providence, RI:
Take I-195 E to exit 19A Mattapoisett. Take North Street (south) crossing over County Road/Route 6. Make a right onto Church Street. The Mattapoisett Museum is approximately 1/3 mile on the right. Parking is on the street.

From the Cape, MA:
Take MA-25 W. Take exit 1 to merge onto I-195 W toward New Bedford/Providence RI to exit 19A Mattapoisett. Take North Street (south) crossing over County Road/Route 6.Make a right onto Church Street. The Mattapoisett Museum is approximately 1/3 mile on the right. Parking is on the street.

LOCATION & DIRECTIONS

Great job preserving the town history, we love seeing the historical pictures of people and places around town! Especially Learning about the history of the whaling ships and the wharf.

Susan Lally F.

A great asset to the community. Consistently providing the community with the wonderful history of this small SouthCoast town. Provides special events for the community to enjoy throughout the year. Thank you.

Scott V.

CONTACT US

Get in touch to find out more about the museum and our offerings.

5 Church St, Mattapoisett, MA 02739, USA

(508) 758-2844

 

5 Church St, Mattapoisett, MA 02739, USA

(508) 758-2844

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