The Mattapoisett Museum’s open-air exhibit, “Mattapoisett Places Remembered,” is complete! Six interpretive panels are installed on the museum grounds featuring materials from the museum’s collection, including photos, paintings, and maps. These panels creatively highlight historical places and landmarks in town and direct visitors to selected locations throughout Mattapoisett Village and beyond. The exhibit encourages visitors to explore the town and think about how the past has shaped the fabric of present-day Mattapoisett. QR codes on the panels will link to maps and information on our website allowing visitors to use their mobile devices to discover some of the locations in person.
This exhibit is installed outside on the grounds of the museum and is open to the public; no appointment or admission fee required.
We would like to thank the generosity of our benefactors, including the Mattapoisett Cultural Council, for making this exhibit possible.
Please visit our website www.mattapoisettmuseum.org/places-remembered for more information and to view a complete list of our business sponsors.