Open Fridays, Saturdays, & Sundays (1pm - 4pm) from May 24 thru June 23th. See below for later 2013 dates.
Step inside the historic wireless station built by Guglielmo Marconi in 1914, see the new video display at the Marconi exhibit, uncover the secret mission of the station during WWII and experience the "world's greatest coastal station" for ship-to-shore communication. See, hear and interact with the new exhibits featuring new videos and opportunity to send Morse code and follow a message from ship to shore.
On selected evenings during February, March & April, Family STEM Nights were held at CMMC. Families of students in the Monomoy school district were encouraged and challenged in creativity, critical thinking and perseverance, all while having fun.
Cheri Armstrong, the librarian at the Elementary School in Chatham and one of the educators involved with our Verizon Foundation project, proposed a series of "Family STEM Nights." The results exceeded our expectations as the first series of nights was overbooked, and we extended the series to include a second topic.
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Videos, activites, and interactive displays appealing to all ages including young students, Titanic buffs, Radio buffs and WWII vets. New and expanded exhibits coming in 2013.
CENTER HOURS (2013)
May 24 – June 23, 2013
Friday – Sunday: 1 pm – 4 pm
June 25 – September 1, 2013
Tuesday – Saturday: 10 am – 4 pm
Sunday hours: 1 pm – 4 pm
Sept 4 - October 13, 2013
Wednesday – Sunday: 1 pm – 4 pm
|Child (under 10)||free|
We are located at 847 Orleans Rd (Route 28) in North Chatham MA 02650.Click here for map & general information
To Members and Friends:
We have been able to build CMMC with the ongoing support of our members and friends. Membership opportunities continue: Become a Member of CMMC and enjoy the benefit of admissions, plus special member events.
See our Join Us -> Membership page for more information.
After many months of meetings and negotiations with the Town of Chatham and the Building Department, the approvals from the Planning Board, Historical Commission and the Zoning Board of Appeals, a Building Permit was issued and the lease for the "Hotel" was signed on February 27th, and renovations began.
The building is commonly referred to as Hotel Nautilus from its days used by the RCA staff and the Navy in WWII. The first floor will be converted into expanded exhibit space, education center, meeting space, archival space and administrative space.
Click here for Chronicle Article, March 14, 2013. [Cape Cod Chronicle, used with permission]
Click here for Chronicle Editorial, March 14, 2013. [Cape Cod Chronicle, used with permission]