This family-friendly Hyannis resort is located near the airport, within 2 mi (3 km) of Cape Codder Water Park and Hyannis Golf Course. Cape Cod Carousel and ...
Cape Codder Resort and Spa$139Cape Codder Resort and Spa$139
This North Falmouth hotel is on the beach, 0.2 mi (0.3 km) from Old Silver Beach, and within 6 mi (10 km) of Wood Neck Beach and Cataumet Arts Center. Falmouth ...
Sea Crest Beach Hotel$197Sea Crest Beach Hotel$197
Situated on the waterfront, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Cape Cod Maritime Museum and Hyannis Harbor. John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum and Cape Cod ...
Anchor In Distinctive Waterfront Lodging$249Anchor In Distinctive Waterfront Lodging$249
This family-friendly hotel is located in the city center, within 1 mi (2 km) of Cape Codder Water Park and Hyannis Golf Course. Cape Cod Carousel and Coast Guard ...
Best Western Cape Cod Hotel$101Best Western Cape Cod Hotel$101
Nestled on the beach, this Provincetown condo resort is 1.5 mi (2.5 km) from Provincetown Theater and 2.3 mi (3.8 km) from Pilgrim Monument. Race Point Beach ...
Sandcastle Resort and Club$99Sandcastle Resort and Club$99
Nestled on the beach, this South Yarmouth condo building is within 2 mi (3 km) of Bass River Sports World, Pirate's Cove Mini Golf, and Cultural Center of Cape ...
The Ocean Club on Smuggler's Beach$152The Ocean Club on Smuggler's Beach$152
Cape Cod has something to offer everyone looking for a coast vacation. You can enjoy an afternoon of whale watching or spending time on a hiking trail. For history buffs on Cape Cod vacations, there are many opportunities to visit historical sites for an in-depth look at the nation’s past. If you are a seafaring adventurer, you can find rides and activities to interest you, like the Cape Cod Maritime Museum. Captain Bangs Hallet House gives you a look into a captain’s life with narration.
You won’t want to miss the Naukabout Music Festival held in August each year, which features music, food, and games all-day. Summer is always a busy time for Cape Cod vacations for anyone planning to enjoy the beach. You also won’t want to forget about the beautiful autumn foliage that the North East is known for on your Cape Cod travel. The crowds are smaller during this time, but the attractions are still in full swing. There really is no bad time to see Cape Cod, since many of the attractions run year round.
Find out the history of Cape Cod potato chips by touring their factory and watch the entire process with a guide to explain.
Take a cruise on the Pilgrim Belle, a paddle wheeler, and hear stories of historic Plymouth and information about lobstering.
Visit Cape Cod Mall for an afternoon of shopping, with a variety of stores and a food court and two restaurants.
Enjoy fresh clam chowder at The Skipper Restaurant, a waterfront restaurant that has been around since 1936.
Enjoy a taste of ice cream from Four Seas, one of the oldest ice cream shops in the Cape Cod area.
Heritage Museum and Gardens provides a look at horticulture with nature trails, gardens along with sculptures and exquisite water features.
Captain Bangs Hallet House, located in Yarmouth Port, allows visitors on their Cape Cod vacations a look into life in the 19th century.
Cape Cod Museum of Art has seven galleries that feature historical and contemporary art by artists associated with the area.
Highfield Hall, a restored Victorian mansion, now houses changing art exhibits along with a residing exhibit telling the story of the building.
Cape Cod Maritime Museum, located in Hyannis, provides information about the history of maritime from its earliest days to today.
Salem will intrigue all historian guests with the tales of witches from its early history, along with stories of pirates and many other attractions.
Toad Hall Classic Car Collection allows visitors to see historical beauties up close, from Jaguars and Lotuses, to Mini Coopers.
Cape Cod Opera, where visitors will enjoy outstanding performances in an intimate setting in North Chatham, Massachusetts.
Coast Guard Heritage Museum not only tells the history of the Coast Guard, but also includes a tour of the oldest wooden jail in the US.
Set on 80 acres, the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History provides visitors with a detailed look at local flora and fauna.
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