Free Fun Friday at Falmouth Museums on the Green to Have Patriotic Theme

FALMOUTH – The annual Free Fun Friday at the Falmouth Museums on the Green this week will have a patriotic twist.

Visitors will enjoy free admission to the Falmouth Historical Society’s properties and exhibits on July 6 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Special events are also planned throughout the day.

Visitors will be able to tour the Dr. Francis Wicks House to see what life was like for a physician in a Federalist-era home, learn more about the town’s history through the “Falmouth: Changing with the Times” exhibit in the restored Conant House, along with seeing souvenirs from whaling voyages in the Hallett Barn’s exhibit – “We Who Adventure Far.”

Visitors are also invited to stroll through a Colonial-style flower garden, an herb garden and a Memorial Park, which are are part of the museum’s campus.

Special events include a tag sale, the Bubble Guy, free red, white and blue ice cream, a scrimshaw demonstration and a reading of the Declaration of Independence.

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