Woods Hole walking tour

Water Street in Woods Hole about 100 years ago. The Woods Hole Historical Museum offers walking tours in the summer that cover the history of the village

The Woods Hole Historical Museum will be offering walking tours of the historic village on Tuesdays at 10 AM in July and August

Starting at the Museum at 579 Woods Hole Road, tours will go down Water Street and around Eel Pond. Tour guide Rob Blomberg will explain various points of interest, including the area where whaling ships were launched, an overview of the history of the scientific institutions, as well as the settlement of the village. The tour will take about an hour.

Participants on the tour should plan to arrive at the museum at least 15 minutes before the tour starts.

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