Ballston BeachAddress: North Pamet Road, Truro, MA 02652
Phone: (508) 349-3635
Off of North Pamet Road on the ocean side; also called Pamet Beach.
Cape Cod Factory OutletAddress: One Factory Outlet Road, Sagamore, MA 02652
Phone: (508) 888-8417
The Cape Cod Factory Outlet is now in it's 19th year as the best factory outlet mall on Cape Cod. We are the LARGEST enclosed factory outlet mall on Cape Cod. There are over 20 nationally known BRAND NAME factory outlet stores under our roof. We offer 30% to 70% off our already low prices everyday. No more waiting for sales.
Cape Cod MallAddress: Rte 132 - 769 Iyannough rd, Hyannis, MA 02652
Phone: (508) 771-0201
The only enclosed regional shopping center on the Cape. Close to retail outlets - food court and by Sears, Macy's & Filenes.
Dolphin Fleet Whale Watching CruisesAddress: 307, Provincetown, MA 02652
Phone: (800) 826-9300
In 1975 the Dolphin Fleet started whale watching out of Provincetown, Massachusetts with the hope of bringing an understanding and awareness to the public about whales and their environment. We ventured out on educational trips with scientists to study whales as well as educate the public about marine mammals and their habitat. The first trips where a great success! Our customers were awed by these magnificent creatures charging out of the depths to capture the small fish that that is their diet. Even more exciting was a whale leaving the water with it’s 40 tons of mass crashing back with an explosion of water in it’s wake. People were eager to go again to see these whales in their natural habitat and learn more about them.
Head of the Meadow BeachAddress: Highland Road, Truro, MA 02652
Phone: (508) 349-3635
Ocean side beach in North Truro; off Head of the Meadow Road Road; fee required
John F. Kennedy Hyannnis MuseumAddress: 397 Main Street, Hyannis, MA 02652
The John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum is a multimedia exhibit designed to open a window on the days JFK spent on Cape Cod; days relaxing with family, days playing football with PT109 buddies, days spent sailing on the ocean to which he was so constantly drawn. The exhibit features over 80 photographs spanning the years 1934 to 1963 and is arranged in thematic groupings to reflect John F. Kennedy, his family, his friends and the Cape Cod he so dearly loved. In addition to photography, a video narrated by Walter Cronkite depicts the president's experiences on the Cape. Several themed areas include charged oral histories of JFK's friends.
Marthas VineyardAddress: Beach Road, Vineyard Haven, MA 02652
Phone: (508) 693-0085
The Island of Martha's Vineyard covers roughly 100 square miles, and is home to both year-round and seasonal residents. Some live "up-island" in the more rural towns of Aquinnah, Chilmark and West Tisbury, and others live "down-island" in the more populous towns of Edgartown, Oak Bluffs and Vineyard Haven (also known as Tisbury). Each Island town is unique in its geography, personality, and character. All blend together to create this special place many of us love to call our home. If possible, take time to visit each of the Island towns during your visit.
Nantucket IslandWebsite: nantucket.net
Pilgrim MonumentAddress: High Pole Hill Road, Provincetown, MA 02652
Phone: (508) 487-1310
Few people know that the Pilgrims first struck land in Provincetown, on November 21, 1620, before continuing on to Plymouth. While anchored in Provincetown Harbor, the Pilgrims signed the Mayflower Compact, dedicating themselves to a community governed by rudimentary democratic rule. This tower was built in 1910 to commemorate that landing, and a climb to the top affords one of the best views on the entire Cape. Adults, USD6; children 4-12, USD3; children under 4 get in free. Admission includes access to the tower and the adjacent Provincetown Museum.
Provincetown TrolleyAddress: 37 C Court Street, Provincetown, MA 02652
Phone: (508) 487-9483
There are few better ways to get an overview of what Provincetown has to offer than to take a picturesque trolley ride. From 10am to 4pm, the trolleys leave every half-hour from Town Hall on Commercial Street, and tour the National Seashore and other interesting sites for about 40 minutes. Evening tours leave on the hour, starting at 5pm. The drivers narrate the interesting P-town history, and point out historic landmarks. Adult tickets cost USD8, seniors pay USD7 and children 12 and under ride for USD5
Ryder BeachAddress: Ryder Beach Road, Truro, MA 02652
Phone: (508) 349-3635
A bayside beach off Route 6; off Prince Valley and Ryder Beach Roads
The Whitman House Restaurant and Bass TavernAddress: 5 Great Hollow Road, Truro, MA 02652
Phone: (508) 487-1740
The Whitman House Restaurant is located in North Truro on Cape Cod at the corner of Route 6 and Great Hollow Road. We are situated on four acres of landscaped property with an abundance of parking. Owned and operated by the Rice family since 1962, the 175 seat restaurant opens every evening for dinner at 5pm. The original Inn was built in 1894 and has since developed into a restaurant with four distinctive Early American dining rooms. Adjacent to the restaurant in the original Truro schoolhouse can be found the largest display of Amish quilts in New England.
Wellfleet Theatres - Cinemas and Drive-InAddress: 51 Route 6, South Wellfleet, MA 02652
Wellfleet Cinemas: was built in 1986 and is independently owned and operated. Wellfleet Drive-In: Enjoy first run double features every night starting May 23rd at the only Drive-in on Cape Cod. Built in 1957, the Wellfleet Drive-In hosts a 100' x 44' screen, and a state-of-the-art FM stereo sound system that decodes modern sound tracks. Don't have a radio? That's OK! Mono original speakers are available for your listening pleasure. There's a playground and snack bar too!