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

  • 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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  • 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

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  • Stage Harbor Light

    Chatham

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

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  • Three Sisters Lights

    Eastham

    Est. in 1838. Grounds open only. more

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  • Truro Vineyards of Cape Cod

    North Truro

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  • West Dennis Light

    West Dennis

    Est. in 1855; lighthouse is now a restaurant and inn. more

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  • Wings Neck Light

    Falmouth

    Est. in 1849; lighthouse is privately owned; no public access. more

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  • 1869 Schoolhouse Museum - Eastham Historical Society

    Eastham

    1869 one-room schoolhouse as it was in the 1930s; attached museum with school memorabilia, local, fishing industry, whaling and military artifacts.... more

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  • Artist work studios @50 Pearl Street Hyannis

    Hyannis

    Pearl Street where art is cultured. Pearl Street is part of a unique artist district. Visit local artists in their... more

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  • Bass River Beach

    Yarmouth

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  • Beachcomber Boat Tours

    North Chatham

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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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  • Caffe Gelato Bertini

    Hyannis

    Artisan Italian gelato made on the premises according to old Florentine recipes. Wide variety of traditional Italian and seasonal gelato &... more

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  • Cape Cod Canal

    Bourne

    17.5 miles long; widest sea level canal in the world; 13.5 miles of paved canal-side roads for bicycling, in-line skating, walking. 1,100 acres... more

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  • Cape Cod Harbor House Inn

    Hyannis

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