preserve, promote and present the history of
|About Us||Historic Sites|
Welcome from the HSOY
President, Charles Adams.
Our History: HSOY Achievements of the past and how we came to be.
Our Goals: Where we're headed.
The Collections: Valued objects from our past.
Volunteer: Join us!
Membership: Learn about personal and business memberships.
How to locate us: We're easy to find.
Bangs Hallet House:
Once a sea captain’s home – now open to the public.
Hallet's Store: A great spot to stop for an old fashioned soda. And don't miss the museum.
Benjamin T. Gorham Cobbler Shop: New administrative office & archival storage for HSOY
Kelley Chapel: Learn the history of this very special chapel - available for weddings.
Nature Trails and Tufts Gatehouse: Enjoy the beauty of an old Yarmouth forest maintained by the Historical Society.
Winslow Crocker House: Step back in time with a tour of this classic Cape Cod home.
Yarmouth New Church: Learn about the ongoing effort to restore this historic building.
Judah Baker Windmill: Eight-sided smock windmill built in 1791.
Baxter Grist Mill: One of the oldest surviving turbine watermills on Cape Cod.
The village that grew to host a nation.
Research:: How to find out about Yarmouth and your family tree.
Links and Tools: Helpful links to other Historic and travel resources.
Bookstore: Browse our exciting titles covering all aspects of Yarmouth's history!
|Programs & Events||Tour the Villages|
There's always something new
happening with the Historical Society of Old Yarmouth.
Find out what's
due to happen when you're in the neighborhood!
Take a visual tour through the
villages of old Yarmouth.
West Yarmouth: Days by the sea.
South Yarmouth: The commercial center.
Yarmouth Port: Captain's Row and stately homes.
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