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Cape Cod Glass Works
845 Sandwich Rd, Sagamore, MA
Watching the artisans creating glass is sure to entertain the entire family.
Open daily 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Yesteryear's Doll Museum
Main and River, Sandwich, MA
The museum has a collection of dolls, doll houses and toys from around the world.
Open from mid-May to mid-October
Nobska Rd, Woods Hole, MA
This lighthouse was erected in 1876 and provides spectacular view of Vineyard Sound.
Dexter Grist Mill and Hoxie House
Town Hall Square, Sandwich, MA
Authentic mid-17th century mill built to grind corn. Take the tour of the mill and then see how the pilgrims really lived - no electricity, plumbing and heat. Ah, the simple life.
Open daily the summer
Grove and Pine Streets, Sandwich, MA
76 acres of beautifully maintained grounds feature an antique car collection, a military museum, a folk art museum and a 1912 restored carousel.
Open May through mid-October
Waterfront Park Rt. 28, West Dennis
Take a river cruise down the Bass River, Grand Cove and Weir Creek on a custom built flat bottom boat. You'll see all types of wildlife, beautiful waterfront estates, lighthouses and windmills.
Group rates available. Call for more information.
Hyannis Whale Watcher Cruises
The 110-foot vessel seats about 300 people and cruises at 35 mph. Travel across Cape Cod Bay to the Stellwagen Bank area. Naturalists provide the commentary. Whales usually spotted within an hour upon departure.
165 Ocean St Dock, Hyannis, MA
This Cape Cod catboat travels daily out of the Hyannis Harbor. Choose either the harbor cruise, starlight cruise or nature cruise. View the Kennedy compound and local lighthouses.
Cape Cod Scenic Railroad
252 Main Street, Hyannis, MA
For those who love trains and wish to see the less frequented areas of the Cape, come aboard. Narrated tour.
John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum
397 Main Street, Hyannis, MA
This museum focuses on the years JFK spend on Cape Cod. Photos and a narrated video are some of the features.
Cape Cod Museum of Natural History
Rt 6A, Brewster, MA
The museum offers four-hour bird-watching trips to North Monomoy Island. The museum also offers overnight cruises to the island. Guest sleep in the Keeper's Cottage attached to an 1820 lighthouse. Other excursions available so call for more information.
Outermost Harbor Marine
83 Seagull Rd, Chatham
Seal cruises and shuttles to South Beach.
MacMillan Wharf, Provincetown, MA
A replica of the seaworthy schooners that sailed during the 19th and 20th century, the Hindu offers four two-hour sails a day during the summer.
Cape Cod Flying Circus
Chatham Municipal Airport
204 George Ryder Rd, Chatham
Take a 20-minute flight that includes loops, rolls and acrobatics. Or take a more sedate trip sightseeing along the coastline.
Rambling Rose Carriage Company
Commercial Street at Town Hall, Provincetown, MA
Enjoy a horse and buggy ride through the quaint town of Provincetown.