The Cape Cod Regions, consisting of Cape Cod and the islands of Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket, will make you happy; it’s as simple as that. That is, unless amazing mini golf, even more amazing regular golf, beautiful beaches with rolling dunes, legendary seafood, homemade ice cream, countless kid-friendly activities, the world’s most romantic places to stay, pristine conservation land, and fantastic water sports don’t make you happy. But that’d be next to impossible. We said homemade ice cream!

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  • Mac's Seafood

    Wellfleet

    Located on the Wellfleet Town Pier with picnic tables overlooking the Harbor. Mac's Seafood features family dining, ice cream and... more

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  • Nobska Point Lighthouse

    Woods Hole

    A Falmouth must. Rich in history, Nobska Lighthouse offers stunning vistas of Vineyard Sound, the Elizabeth Islands and Martha's Vineyard. more

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  • Sandwich Glass Museum

    Sandwich

    Exhibits of glass made in Sandwich from 1825 to 1888; Glassblowing demonstrations, multi-media theater presentation, The First Two Hundred Years in Sandwich.... more

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  • Sankaty Head Light

    Nantucket

    Est. in 1850. Viewing only; no public access due to severe erosion. more

    + 4 saves
  • West Chop Light

    Vineyard Haven

    Est. in 1818. No public access. more

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  • Wood End Light

    Provincetown

    Est. in 1873. Grounds open only, no lighthouse entry. more

    + 4 saves
  • African Meeting House on Nantucket/The Museum of Afro-American History

    Nantucket

    Built in 1820s, pristinely restored with a coved ceiling reflecting its maritime heritage. National Historic Landmark, located in area formerly... more

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  • Bend in the Road Beach

    Edgartown

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  • Buzzards Bay Entrance Light

    Falmouth

    Est. in 1961. No public access. more

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  • Cape Cod Museum of Natural History

    Brewster

    80-acre site, abutted by 400 acres of conservation land; nature trails, exhibits, films, guided walks, lectures, and family activities. Special programs... more

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  • Cape Kaleidoscopes

    Mashpee

    New England's largest collection of kaleidoscopes--from kids' kaleidoscope toys and kits to handcrafted ones by 30 professional U.S. kaleidoscope artists,... more

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  • Cape Poge Light

    Edgartown

    Est in 1801. Open to the public; island accessible by boat, lighthouse accessible by four-wheel drive or 2.5 mile walk on island. more

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  • Edward Gorey House

    Yarmouth Port

    The Edward Gorey House preserves the legacy of Gorey's whimsically macabre books and illustration and highlights his love and care... more

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  • Liberte, The Schooner

    Falmouth

    Three-masted stay sail-rigged schooner departing 3 times a day from Falmouth Harbor. A short history of the area will be given... more

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  • Lobster Pot Restaurant

    Provincetown

    Waterfront dining rooms provide the harbor view while our full menu, served all day, offers the finest and freshest in... more

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  • Pie in the Sky

    Woods Hole

    Located in historic Woods Hole, at the end of the Shining Sea Bike Path; just a 1 minute walk from the... more

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  • Point Gammon Light

    South Yarmouth

    Est. in 1816; privately owned; no public access. more

    + 3 saves
  • Stage Harbor Light

    Chatham

    Est. in 1880; lighthouse is now a private residence. No public access. more

    + 3 saves
  • Three Sisters Lights

    Eastham

    Est. in 1838. Grounds open only. more

    + 3 saves
  • Truro Vineyards of Cape Cod

    North Truro

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