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Thursday May 18

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10:00 AM  –  5:00 PM

The Cape Ann Museum is located at 27 Pleasant Street in the heart of downtown Gloucester, Massachusetts, America's oldest fishing port. Cape Ann, which lies just north of Boston and includes the city of Gloucester and the towns of Rockport, Manchester-by-the-Sea, and Essex, has been a leading center for artists since the 18th century, a maritime powerhouse and the source of granite for many major building projects up and down the East Coast. The Cape Ann Museum houses the largest collection of work by native son and renowned marine artist, Fitz Henry Lane, as well as work by other prominent painters and sculptors who lived on, visited or were inspired by Cape Ann. The work of contemporary Cape Ann artists is also collected and exhibited. The permanent collection includes fine and decorative arts and artifacts from the major industries of the area—the fisheries and granite quarrying.

To receive applicable admission discounts, please present the following cards upon arrival: CAM Member Card, CAM Guest Pass, EBT, WIC, MassHealth/Health Connector, CAM Library pass from your local library, Military ID, MTA, NARM, NEMA, and Endicott ID. 

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