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New Fall Museum Hours

Make an individual or small group reservation or reserve the entire museum for a private tour.

October 26 through November 22

Friday, Saturday, and Sunday: 1 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. (General Admission only)
 
Wednesday through Saturday: 10:30 a.m. (Exclusive Admission private tour only; 48-hour advance reservation required)
 
Monday and Tuesday: Closed.

 

Closed for Thanksgiving Nov. 23 through 26.

 

Friday & Saturday, November 27 & 28

 

10 a.m., 11:30 a.m., 1 p.m., and 2:30 p.m.

(General Admission only)


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Sunday, November 29 

1 p.m., and 2:30 p.m.

(General Admission only)

 

 

November 30 through December 12

 

Wednesday through Saturday: 10:30 a.m. (Exclusive Admission private tour only; 48-hour advance reservation required)

 

Sunday, Monday and Tuesday: Closed

 

The museum will be closed for the holidays from December 13 through January 5

A Landmark Date In Radio History

Following World War I, the newly-formed Radio Corporation of America (RCA) acquired the assets of the Marconi Wireless Telegraph Company of America, including its unfinished installations at Chatham and Marion, Massachusetts.  RCA installed state-of-the-art equipment manufactured by U.S. industrial giant General Electric, and trans-Atlantic station WSO went on the air on May 17, 1920.  Come explore our newest exhibit, “Chatham On The Air."

First Thursday Speaker Series

Virtual programs are free for

Chatham Marconi Maritime Center members. Save the dates!


December 3
“Battle of the Atlantic - The American Theatre of WWII“
Joe Hoyt (NOAA)
 
January 7
"Robotics and Technology for Underwater Exploration"
Andy Bowen (WHOI)

 

February 4

“From Sparks to 5G and Beyond!”

Ira Brodsky

Battle of the Atlantic - The American Theatre of WWII

 

December 3 at 7:00 PM

Joseph Hoyt

NOAA National Maritime Heritage Program Coordinator

 

 

 

 

 

 

From January through July of 1942, the U.S. east coast became the focus of the Battle of the Atlantic.  German U-boats operated within sight of shore sinking allied ships and merchant vessels by the hundreds.  This was the closest theatre of war to the continental U.S. yet remains underrepresented in history.  The presentation will focus on activities that took place off the east coast, in particular North Carolina, with an emphasis on the technological and environmental parameters that influenced the landscape of this naval battlefield. 

Presented via Zoom.  General admission $10; Members free.
More Information, Photos and Tickets

CMMC Campus 

Explore the history of 20th Century maritime radio and innovative advances in science and technology.

Opportunities for children, adults and educators on a variety of STEM topics offered throughout the year.

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