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67 Grove St
These former Plantations are a complex of museums devoted to early American life. The art museum contains antique toys and the largest ...
There are various entrances to the Provincetown bike trails; each is well marked and quite easy to find. This is a fun way to spend part of a day, touring the wild ...
347 South St
This pretty Roman Catholic church was the summer parish of the Kennedy family. John F. Kennedy and his brothers were altar boys here and a plaque marks the pew of the former president. Joseph ...
260 Commercial St
Working from MacMillan Pier, Dolphin boasts one of the largest whale watching fleets on the East Coast; if no whales are sighted, all ...
A whale watch is a must when visiting Cape Cod. Step aboard a 100-foot boat and travel past the Cape Cod National Seashore to the open ocean. The boats concentrate on an area known as the ...
635 Main St, #28a
This day spa offers skin care, nail care, body care, and waxing services, all in a relaxing and renewing atmosphere.
100 Breed's Hill Rd
Cape Cod potato chips are so greasy, you can almost see through them—but the unique kettle-cooking method is what makes these famous chips so popular. You ...
381 Lower County Rd
Every Cape regular has a favorite ice cream shop; since 1976, many people have been converted at the Sundae School. Choose from more than 30 homemade ice cream flavors; frappes, banana ...
1220 Nathan Ellis Hwy
For over a 100 years the County Fairgrounds has been the site of old-fashioned tractor pulls, animal shows, arts and crafts ...
Although referred to as the bike trail, this paved path also welcomes walking, running, horseback riding and rollerblading. And if there is enough snow, (which ...