The Cape Verdean Museum Exhibit is the only museum solely dedicated to celebrating the history and culture of Cape Verde and Cape Verdean Americans. The museum is open Thursday-Friday 1 pm till 5 pm
every 1st Saturday of every month 1 pm till 5 pm Closed December 1st till March 1st
We have a unique set of artifacts, photographs, maps and crafts donated from all over the world. There are exhibits on music and the arts, slavery, whaling, the immigration packets, the cranberry bogs, the longshoremen and Cape Verdean Independence among other topics. We also have an extensive library of books and films available for browsing and academic research.
The museum has been honored with visits from many Cape Verdean government officials including President Pedro Verona Pires, First Lady Adelcia Pires, Prime Minister Jose Maria Neves and Cape Verde’s Ambassador to the United States Fatima Veiga