The Highland House Museum occupies one of Truro’s best known landmarks, the old Highland House, a hotel built on the Highlands in 1907. Located near the Highland Light in North Truro, it is a classic example of a turn-of-the-century summer resort hotel.
A visit to the museum provides fascinating insight into the lives of the people of Truro dating back to early European settlers and the Native Americans that preceded them.
June 1 to September 30, 2017
Monday to Saturday: 10:00 AM to 4:30 PM
Entrance Fees for Highland House Museum
Students and Children 6-17: $5.
Children under 6: FREE
Same day after visiting Highland Lighthouse: less $1
Directions to the Highland House Museum
From Provincetown: Turn left from Route 6 onto South Highland Road after passing Seamen’s Bank in North Truro. Travel 1.25 miles and turn right onto Highland Light Road. The Highland House Museum is the first building on the left.
From Wellfleet: After entering Truro on Route 6, travel for five miles, look for the Truro Central School on your right, take the second right onto South Highland Road and follow the directions above.