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This theater features 12 screens for your viewing pleasure. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. Check online for film times, ticket prices and further information.
The Winslow Crocker House was built sometime in the late 1700s. It belonged to a rich trader, who was in the navy, of that time whose house was probably the most lavish. The beautiful Georgian architecture building in the early 1930s, Mary Thacher moved the house and rebuilt it just as it was at its present location. She used the house to display her personal collection of antique furniture. The furniture varies in styles and times - Queen Anne, Early American, Jacobean and others – and is also accented with suitable accessories. A visit to the house will tell you all about the original house, about the move to its current address and about the priceless antiques. Call ahead for their varying open days and other details.
The Captain Bangs Hallet House Musuem has been established so that people can witness the 19th-century lifestyle of sea captain, Captain Bangs Hallet. The historic house encompasses the study, the dining room, the parlors and the bedrooms which have been retained in such a way to make you feel a part of the family. Besides, one can also admire the artifacts and displayed items associated with the Civil War and with the rich Yarmouth history. For details, do visit their website.
Edward Gorey House is a memoir and a preservation of the works of, as the name suggests, the artist and writer Edward Gorey. The house belongs to the man himself and this is where he lived as well. On display at the house are sketches, unpublished works, paintings, ink drawings and much more; all of them works of Gorey. There are also original scripts of his famous works. A lot of the items are part of private collections and a number of them are singular pieces not available anywhere else. The house does focus on Gorey, but also showcases the works of Hillaire Belloc, Edward Lear, T.S. Eliot and others. The house is also involved with a number of animal activation events because of Gorey’s interest and love for animals. They are listed on the website, so do have a look. There is also a gift shop hat has the artists characters come to life as figurines, apparel, posters, jewelery and other goodies.