Cape Cod

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Sandwich, the oldest town on Cape Cod, is heavily involved in the history of glassblowing in New England — Time Out
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Along the Cape's outer arm, some 400 miles of coastline are federally protected as a national seashore — Michelin Guide
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One of the Cape’s top attractions, Heritage Museums and Gardens, which sprawls across an exquisitely landscaped 76-acre property, is a particularly good find for families with young children. — Frommer's
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The tours conducted by Art's son and others, via Chevy Suburban, typically take about 1 to 1 1/2 hours and are filled with wonderful stories of local literati and other characters. — Frommer's
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The 252-foot Pilgrim Monument is the town’s way of reminding everyone that the Pilgrims arrived here first — Frommer's
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Sign up for a guided nature walk here — Michelin Guide
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At this museum dedicated to the pristine ecology of the Cape, naturalists and a resident beekeeper host demonstrations for guests — Travel + Leisure
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The rambling former residence of the famous illustrator has been turned into a museum — Travel + Leisure
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The emphasis here, also home to the Cape Cod Center for the Arts, is on Broadway musicals. Bette Davis famously began her career here, as an usher. — Travel + Leisure
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The Woods Hole Science Aquarium, used by the National Marine Fisheries Service in its research, offers touch tanks full of sea creatures native to the Cape — Michelin Guide
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Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution is the largest independent marine-research lab in the US, Tours are offered during the summer months — Michelin Guide
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One of the Cape’s best summer theater companies, the Ohio University Players steal the show with eight productions a summer in this small historic theater — Frommer's
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Built on an old railway bed, the 22-mile Cape Cod Rail Trail is perfect for a daylong biking adventure: it has paved trails through the flat terrain, as well as cyclist-friendly cafés along the way — Travel + Leisure
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A bronze statue of John F. Kennedy stands in front of this brick Colonial building, a museum dedicated to his Cape Cod life. — Travel + Leisure
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— U.S. News & World Report
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With more than 7,600 acres of protected dunes, salt and freshwater marshes and a decommissioned lighthouse, the gorgeous Monomoy National Wildlife Refuge will make you feel like a trailblazer — U.S. News & World Report
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