The Harwich Historical Society is a private, non-profit organization that seeks to preserve, collect, and interpret Harwich history through exhibitions, education programs, etc.
Conveniently located on Route 28 in Harwich including country furniture, early American and English blown glass, pattern glass, art glass, and cut glass; 18th and 19th century English ceramics including Staffordshire; 19th & 20th century American pottery; sterling and coin silver, art and prints; postcards and ephemera; estate jewelry and more.Port, Windsong Antiques offers a wide range of true antiques
Provincetown is home to the longest continuing Artist's Community in the United States and Larkin Gallery is proud to honor that distinction by presenting work by emerging and established artists who uphold the tradition of excellence in Art.
We're open year-round and ask you to stop in often as exhibits change frequently.
HJT educates, empowers, and inspires students of all ages and from all backgrounds to explore and expand their creative talents