In 2009 the Town of Falmouth was designated a “Preserve America Community“ by the White House. This award is important because it is for perpetuity and Falmouth is the only town on the Cape to have received this award. The award is a tribute to the our historical organizations and individuals who have helped to keep our town’s history preserved and relevant for us and for the future. In 2011, Falmouth plans to honor the “Preserve America” designation in conjunction with the 325th Anniversary of the incorporation of Falmouth in 1686.
We invite you to book your accomodations at the elegant Captain’s Manor Inn in Falmouth where there are numerous historic sites, museums, and homes. Guided historic walks are provided by The Falmouth Historic Society as well as Highfield Hall.
We are especially proud of Falmouth’s designation as a Preserve America Community and view ourselves as stewards of The Captain’s Manor Inn, a Cape Cod bed and breakfast built in 1849 and lovingly restored to its old-world architectural splendor with up-to-date amenities. The Inn is listed on the National Historic Register of Historic Places as part of the Falmouth Village Green Historic District.