Coast Guard Aviation Association

EMAIL US AT:  CGHeritage@comcast.net 
We are located at:
3353 Main Street  (Route 6A)
P. O. Box 161
Barnstable, MA 02630
Tel: (508) 362-8521

USCGC Campbell in Boston Harbor
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Early Revenue Cutter Crew

WELCOME TO THE COAST GUARD HERITAGE MUSEUM

We are now OPEN for the season! Come in and see our new and updated displays in the Museum, including our new Selfie Studio!  We have new displays on Diversity in the Coast Guard and the historic transatlantic flight of the NC-4!  We are open Tuesdays through Saturdays, 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM.  We look forward to seeing you soon.  As always, we are also looking for new volunteers.  If you have an interest in Coast Guard History, meeting new and interesting people, or working to better the museum, please consider joining our all volunteer staff!


Coast Guard Cutter Point Young

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Visiting Cape Cod? We are proud to be a part of the Cape Cod Museum Trail.  Go to:


www.capecodmuseumtrail.com
to see all of the great museums on the Cape in one place!

The Museum features items and information covering the history of the Life Saving Service as it existed on Cape Cod, Including stations, equipment, and stories.

Coast Guard Astronaut Display!

Cape Cod Maritime Meanderings
Image courtesy of Barnstable Patriot and photographer Alan Belkanich
Painting of Revenue Cutter Massachusetts

Free Self-Guided Audio Tour System!

The Coast Guard Heritage Museum is located in the historic old Customs House at the corner of Main Street and Millway in Barnstable Village on Cape Cod, MA. 


The Museum  is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of the history of the United States Coast Guard and its predecessor organizations.

The very beginning of the Coast Guard was the Revenue Cutter Service. Any story of the history of the United States Coast Guard opens with the story of the Revenue Cutters. 

Coast Guard Astronaut Dan Burbank in front of USCGC Campbell

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THE MUSEUM IS SPONSORED IN PART BY THE COAST GUARD AVIATION ASSOCIATION

USCG C-130 Hercules on ramp

The Lighthouse Service is a big part of the CGHM.  We have a large collection of artifacts honoring the history of  Lighthouses, Lightships and their Keepers and crews. 

H-65 Helo hoisting a rescue swimmer
Coast Guard Ensign

NC-4, first aircraft to fly across the Atlantic!

USCG Boat 36500
Coast Guard Heritage Museum Logo

Coast Guard Heritage Museum

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