Highfield Hall is one of Falmouth’s great treasures. It was preserved thanks to the determination of some of Falmouth’s most dedicated citizens who cared deeply about the history and beauty of the Beebe family mansion. While visiting Cape Cod you should plan to tour this beautifully restored estate. The expansive grounds feature a restored victorian sunken garden and acres of walking trails. The interior of the Beebe family mansion has also been lovingly restored with historic details preserved wherever possible. Just to the left of the front foyer you can tour what was an old parlor and now hosts an exhibit of the history of the Beebe family and Highfield Hall.
Currently there is a fabulous mosaic exhibit underway that will continue through September 1, 2013. The exhibit is called Signatures and features the work of 15 extremely talented mosaic artists. The artwork on display is rich in color and detail and includes everything from landscape to floral and portrait mosaics.
Below are pictures of some of the mosaics on display at Highfield Hall.
For more art exhibition information at Highfield Hall click here.
In planning your summer vacation consider a visit anytime July20-September 4, 2011 to historic Highfield Hall in Falmouth. Just around the corner from our bed and breakfast, this exhibition of contemporary mosaic art will take center stage at Highfield Hall this summer. Over 50 mosaic artists from the US and Canada will participate. This is the largest mosaic exhibit ever held on the East Coast. Featured events include workshops, tours, films and lectures about mosaic art and history.
Presented by National Mosaic Exhibition on Cape Cod.