Join the JFK Hyannis Museum and Cape Cod Camino Way for a guided walk in the village of Hyannis. Starting at the Museum, we will stroll down historic streets, stop at ancient cemeteries, and view public art to reflect on the local history in the context of Wampanoag natives, early European colonial settlers, Otis family members, Cape Verdean connections, President Kennedy and Senator Bobby Kennedy’s civil rights advocacy and more.
These curated tours offer a closer examination of challenging moments in our past and their influence on current events.
The walk begins at 10:30 a.m. from the JFK Hyannis Museum and lasts for one hour and fifteen minutes, with shade and rest stops along the way. Walks accommodate up to 20 people.
Adult $25 including museum admission.
Adult $15 walk only.
Children under 5 free.
Walks held rain or shine.
Walks begin May 17th every other week and go through September.
Register for a Hyannis walk here.