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This is a tiny museum but don’t miss it if you can spare 30 mins or an hour. Bob (now 90) is a blast to talk with and knows a lot of details. The town model, the shell/oyster displays of tools etc and the boats...More
I enjoyed the walking tour of Woods Hole offered by the historical society. Yesterday, my mother and I attended the afternoon tour. Susan was a top notch guide. She was tremendously considerate. She began by asking us what we'd like to get out of the...More
I really wanted to learn about the history of this area. This museum is small and has as limited number of displays, but I was confident there was a story behind them. I don't know if it was the time of year of my visit,...More
Loved the historical 3D "map" of Woods Hole as well as the very enthusiastic docent who walked us through the history of the town, describing buildings and areas of the "map" in detail. They also had an interesting exhibit about shell fishing.
Woods Hole Historical Museum is small but provides a lot of information about Woods Hole history. There are exhibits in the main building (the Bradley house) plus boats to view in a barn outside. My favorite part was the scale model of Woods Hole, circa...More
The Woods Hole Historical Museum offers a 'scientific' walking tour of Woods Hole. Our guide, Brendan, was delightful and informative. Did you know that star fish can regrow their arms and that they have two stomachs? Clams are helping research cancer and squids are helping...More
Did you know that Woods Hole was a major whaling ship builder and port? Did you know that the major industry in the 1860s, employing over 600 men, was the processing of bird excrement that came to Woods Hole from the Pacific Ocean? Those and...More