CMMC is again pleased to announce our Summer Science Courses for kids. We are offering six-one week courses this year on a variety of topics including astronomy, communications, robotics, chemistry, and marine environment. The courses will be held at the new STEM Education Center on our CMMC campus.
We are excited about this wonderful opportunity to engage our children during the summer. We hope you'll be able to take advantage of it. Space is limited so be sure to sign up early.
A sincere 'thank you' to all who visited us in 2013. Looking forward to this season, CMMC will be celebrating the 100th anniversary of the construction of the Marconi complex with special exhibits in the newly renovated Hotel Nautilus.
Also a special thanks to our dedicated volunteers who staffed the museum in 2013. We hope we can count on you again this year. As CMMC continues to grow, we look forward to welcoming more volunteers in 2014.
Videos, activites, and interactive displays appeal to all ages including young students, Titanic buffs, Radio buffs and WWII vets. New and expanded exhibits are coming in 2014 as part of the 100th anniversary of the construction of the Marconi complex.
CENTER HOURS (2014)
|May 23 - June 22||Weekends|
|Fri - Sat - Sun||1:00PM - 4:00PM|
|June 24 - Aug 31||Closed Mondays|
|Tues - Sat||11:00AM - 5:00PM|
|Sunday||1:00PM - 4:00PM|
|Sept 3 - Oct 12||Afternoons|
|Wed - Sun||1:00PM - 4:00PM|
|Children under 10||Free|
We are located at 847 Orleans Rd (Route 28) in North Chatham MA 02650.Click here for map & general information
To Members and Friends:
We have been able to build CMMC with the ongoing support of our members and friends. Membership opportunities continue: Become a Member of CMMC and enjoy the benefit of admissions, plus special member events.
See our Join Us -> Membership page for more information.
The renovation which began in the spring of 2013 has made great progress and will soon be nearing completion. The official opening will be in 2014 with the unveiling of new exhibits housed in the hotel space.
The building is commonly referred to as Hotel Nautilus from its days as a hotel while the rest of the Marconi complex was being completed in 1914. Later it was used by the early RCA staff and the Navy in WWII. The first floor will be converted into expanded exhibit space, education center, meeting space, archival space and administrative space.
Click here to see construction status report & pictures [updated 11/5/13 with slideshow]
Click here for Chronicle Article, March 14, 2013. [Cape Cod Chronicle, used with permission]
Click here for Chronicle Editorial, March 14, 2013. [Cape Cod Chronicle, used with permission]