Why do people return to Cape Cod every year? Maybe it’s the simply stunning beaches, consistently ranked among the best in the country. Maybe it’s all the fun things to do, like biking, kayaking, summer theater, whale watching, and world-class golf. Maybe it’s that it’s such a special place that the moment you leave, you’re planning your next trip there. Or maybe they make you sign some sort of Return To The Cape contract? No, that’d be weird.

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  • Nauset Beach

  • 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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  • South Cape Beach State Park

    Mashpee

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  • Box Lunch

    Hyannis

    A Cape Cod Original! The Rolled Sandwich Specialists for over 30 years, using only the finest ingredients! Great for the Beach,... 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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  • Harwich Cranberry Bog Tour

    Harwich

    Enjoy a guided tour of a working Cape Cod Cranberry bog and farm. more

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  • Lowell Holly

    Sandwich

    Carriage roads follow the shoreline of Mashpee and Wakeby Ponds and pass through groves of American holly that embellish this... more

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  • NOAA Fisheries Science Aquarium

    Woods Hole

    Harborside research laboratory with aquarium features outdoor seals and sealife touch tanks. Home to research vessels, R/V Albatross IV... more

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  • 1736 Josiah Dennis Manse Museum

    Dennis

    Home of man for whom town of Dennis was named; artifacts of maritime and whaling history in 1736 saltbox home; children's... more

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  • Catch of the Day Seafood Market & Grill

    South Wellfleet

    A local favorite ... grilled seafood, fried clams, steamed lobster, fish & chips. Enjoy a local brew or glass of wine... more

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  • Chatham Railroad Museum

    Chatham

    Restored depot houses,1910 caboose, and 10,000 models, photographs, and relics. more

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  • Highfield Hall & Gardens

    Falmouth

    Highfield Hall & Gardens is an engaging historic property that has been restored and revitalized to serve as a place... more

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  • Hy-Line Cruises

    Hyannis

    Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard ferry service from Hyannis. Hyannisport Harbor Cruises past the Kennedy Compound. Deep-Sea Fishing. Cape Cod Canal... more

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  • John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum

    Hyannis

    Multimedia exhibit designed to open a window on the days JFK spent on Cape Cod. 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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  • National Marine Life Center

    Buzzards Bay

    Featured exhibits, hands-on activities, and educational programs about marine animals, wildlife rehabilitation, and ocean conservation. Open Memorial Day to Labor... more

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  • Pairpoint Glass Works

    Sagamore

    Glassware handmade by centuries-old techniques. Blowing room open, Mon.-Fri. more

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  • Sea Gull Beach

    West Yarmouth

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  • Spanky's Clam Shack & Seaside Saloon

    Hyannis

    On the Water on Hyannis Harbor! Adjacent to the Hy-Line ferry boats to Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard. Spanky's is like... more

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  • Truro Vineyards of Cape Cod

    North Truro

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  • Venture Athletics kayak Shop

    Provincetown

    Rent a kayak or go out on a guided tour in beautiful Provincetown Harbor! Rates start at $25 for up to 4... more

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