The Martha’s Vineyard Museum is set to open next week at its new hilltop campus overlooking the Lagoon Pond and outer Vineyard Haven harbor.

The museum will host a preview for members on Tuesday night, March 12, from 5 to 8 p.m. It opens to the general public on Wednesday, March 13, at 10 a.m.

The campus at 151 Lagoon Pond Road includes 14 exhibition spaces, a classroom and program room, research library, gift shop and café. A glass pavilion to house the 1854 Fresnel Lens from the Gay Head Light has been built behind the main building.

Opening exhibits include Our Own Beat: 200 Years of Island Music, which explores musical Island moments over the past 200 years through objects, images and listening stations.

Hidden Treasures: Selections from the Permanent Collection, will display things that have been stored out of sight for years.

Lost and Found showcases five artists who captured the Marine Hospital during the years after the museum purchased it and before construction began. The artists are Heather Neill, Bob Avakian, Bonita LeFlore, Jean Schnell and Sybil Teles.

One Island, Many Stories, is a permanent exhibit that explores the history of the Island through seven themes: fishing, farming, changing, making, voyaging, escaping, and belonging.

Hands-On History is an interactive space for families and children.

The Challenges of the Sea surveys shipwrecks, navigation, lifesaving and weather.

The museum will be open year-round Tuesday through Sunday with extended evening hours on Tuesdays. Hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and 8 p.m. on Tuesdays.

The café, managed by Buckley’s Gourmet Catering, will also be open year-round.

Visit the museum website for more information.