We are located on Route 28 (Orleans Road) in the north part of Chatham across the road from Ryder's Cove. Look for the radio tower and brick buildings.
If you are coming from Chatham town center, follow Route 28 toward Orleans and we will be on your left. If you are coming from Orleans town center, follow Route 28 toward Chatham and we are on your right.
Marconi-RCA Wireless Museum
WINTER & SPRING HOURS.
February (Winter School Break)
Thu Feb 23 from 1:00 until 4:00PM
Fri Feb 24 from 1:00 until 4:00PM
Sat Feb 25 from 10:30AM until 4:30PM
Fri Mar 24 from 1:00 until 4:00PM
Sat Mar 25 from 10:30AM until 4:30PM
April (Spring School Break)
Thu Apr 20 from 1:00 until 4:00PM
Fri Apr 21 from 1:00 until 4:00PM
Sat Apr 22 from 10:30AM until 4:30PM
May (Memorial Day Weekend)
Fri May 26 from 1:00 until 4:00PM
Sat May 27 from 10:30AM until 4:30PM
Sun May 28 from 1:00 until 4:00PM
2017 Off-Season Museum visits may also be scheduled by appointment.
Whenever we can, we enjoy hosting members and visitors who are perhaps unable to visit us during our regular season. We will do our best to accommodate your schedule, but please be aware that we perform maintenance and updates in the off-season, with reduced staff. Allow several days notice so that we may arrange to open the museum for you, your family or small group. For large groups, please provide several weeks notice. Call 508-945-8889, or e-mail email@example.com to arrange your visit.
Regular Summer Season
Begins Friday June 16 (Chatham History Weekend)
Ends Sunday October 9
Tuesday through Saturday 10:30AM until 4:30PM
Sunday 1:00 until 4:00PM
Closed on most Mondays except July 18 & 25 and August 1 & 8, from 10:30AM until 4:30PM
|Adult, Senior, Student||$7.50 - valid for day of purchase and for a second visit within seven days.|
|Children 10 and under||Free|
|Groups||Contact us for Group information at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at +1 508-945-8889|
Plan to spend at least an hour at CMMC. When you first arrive, watch our introductory video: "Chatham Radio: WCC The Untold Story", narrated by Walter Cronkite. We have additional short videos that will enhance your visit -- each is about 10 minutes long (see our Exhibits page for their description).
Take time to explore. Depending upon your interests, you may find that you want several hours, or to take advantage of your free second-visit opportunity.
Most of our exhibits have "touch screen" panels and audio to provide background information. You can send a message in Morse code at the interactive kiosk. Children will enjoy the scavenger hunt to identify items across the exhibit space.
Spend some time in the Museum Shop, browsing the wide selection of books, logo clothing and other items.
Spend Time in Chatham: The Chatham Chamber of Commerce has a great list of links for Historic Places in Chatham, plus dining and shopping. Or see a tour of Chatham on your smart phone at eTourChatham.
There is more Marconi information and artifacts at the Salt Pond Visitor Center, Cape Cod National Seashore, Eastham MA (about 10 miles north) and at Marconi Beach in Wellfleet MA (about 20 miles north). Also see our Links page for links to the other museums and historical societies on Cape Cod.