The Highlands Center fosters the unique cultural and natural heritage of Cape Cod by facilitating scientific research, the arts tradition, and educational programs atop the dramatic sea cliffs of Cape Cod National Seashore. We invite your participation in the Highlands Center redevelopment and programming.
Exploration of the arts, pertinent natural science research issues like ecosystem health and climate change, and unique educational programming are continually pursued at the site. Inquiries and proposals for cooperative ventures from non-profit organizations, government agencies, and educational institutions are welcomed to join the existing partner organizations.
In 1994, Cape Cod National Seashore acquired the 110-acre property in the midst of other parklands. Since then, CCNS has adaptively reused six buildings and has invested several million dollars in building and infrastructure improvements, allowing for the potential renovation and occupation of up to 45 buildings. Originally used for common space, housing, offices, and maintenance, buildings provide a broad range of opportunities for future users.
A unique opportunity exists for organizations working in the arts, sciences, or the environment who are interested in locating their programs on this extraordinary site overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.
The site is open to the public for tours, events, and scheduled public programs. Please let us know if you want to be added to our newsletter mailing list through mail or e-mail.