Falmouth Historic Walk

August 28th, 2014 by Trish Robinson

A Falmouth historic walk is enhanced this year with the beautiful ceramic birdhouses created by Falmouth High School students in collaboration with the Falmouth Museums on the Green.Falmouth High School Ceramic Birdhouses at Highfield Hall This is a self guided tour through historic Falmouth Village and 28 different homes have these unique birdhouses located in trees in their front yards. Each of the birdhouses was painstakingly created and inspired by architectural, cultural or historic significance of the particular house they selected.

The Captain’s Manor Inn is proud to be a part of this endeavor. We are listed as number 12 on the tour and are under the name of Mostly Hall. The Inn was dubbed Mostly Hall back in the 1800’s when a young man visiting the home with his mother said “look ma, it’s mostly hall” upon stepping into the grande entrance. The name became part of town lore and the house is actually on the National Historic Registry under the name of Mostly Hall.

We share some pictures below and a video of students who made a birdhouse: http://youtu.be/BoNLHNVH2OM

Captain's Manor Inn ceramic birdhouseTo the left is a picture of the ceramic birdhouse for Consider Hatch house's ceramic birdhouse

The Captain’s Manor Inn (aka Mostly Hall)

and to the right is the ceramic birdhouse for

the Consider Hatch house. Below is a picture

of the ceramic birdhouse for St. Barnabas

Church.St. Barnabas ceramic birdhouse made by Falmouth high school students

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