FARIHAVEN, MA – April 7, 2022 – The Cape Cod Museum Trail (CCMT) is excited to announce Museum Mondays in May is back! During the month of May, various Cape Cod museums will be open on a Monday for free to visitors. For more details, please visit www.capecodmusuemtrail.com. Museums offer great opportunities for Cape Cod residents and visitors. Museum Mondays in May offer visitors no-cost admission to many of the most treasured cultural venues on Cape Cod. So, whether you’re a mom or dad looking for something to do with the kids, a group of friends looking for a new experience or an art or history enthusiast, join in the month-long celebration of local art, history, and culture. These Cape Cod museums would like to thank their supporters by offering a day in May for them to enjoy the museum for free. The dates and participating museums are as follows: May 2nd Atlantic White Shark Conservancy Cape Cod Museum of Art John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum Sandwich Glass Museum May 9th Falmouth Art Center Marconi-RCA Wireless Museum Nantucket Whaling Museum Toad Hall Classic Sports Car May 16th Atwood House Museum Cotuit Center for the Arts Cultural Center of Cape Cod Provincetown Art Association and Museum May 23rd Cahoon Museum of American Art Coast Guard Heritage Museum Falmouth Museums on the Green Harwich Historical Society Patrons should visit each museum website for full details on museum hours, ticket purchasing and their COVID safety protocols before visiting. About the Cape Cod Museum Trail: The Cape Cod Museum Trail was founded in 2015 to support the over 75 museums and historical societies on Cape Cod. The mission of the Cape Cod Museum Trail is to support and promote the image, wellbeing and financial health of Cape Cod Museums, Cultural Centers, and Art Exhibitions by creating opportunities for networking, collaboration and educational programs in Barnstable, Plymouth, Bristol, Nantucket, Norfolk and Dukes County in the State of Massachusetts. Please visit us at www.capecodmuseumtrail.com to learn more.