Cape Cod

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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 protected Cape Cod National Seashore stretches 40 miles, from Chatham all the way north to Provincetown — Travel + Leisure
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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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You can't miss this granite structure, built to commemorate the Pilgrims' 1620 landing here-it towers 252 feet above the town. — Michelin Guide
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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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Sign up for a guided nature walk here — Michelin Guide
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You'll find interactive exhibits on the plants, animals and geology of the Cape — Michelin Guide
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The small Woods Hole Science Aquarium has little flash and dazzle, but it does have unusual sea-life specimens, local fish and the Homarus americanus (aka lobster) — Lonely Planet
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A museum that celebrates such a unique talent as the author/illustrator/playwright Edward Gorey should offer surprises, and this one, inside Gorey’s 200-year-old sea captain’s home, does just that — Frommer's
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In 1914, a group of Provincetown artists and businesspeople who supported the arts came together to build a collection of works by Outer Cape artists — Frommer's
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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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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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Late in the afternoon, fishing boats, announced by the procession of seagulls that greets them, return to the wharf, where their fresh catches are unloaded and shipped to markets in Boston and New York — Michelin Guide
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Picnic grounds, bicycle rentals and a small store are located in the park, the former estate of pioneer railroad-builder Roland Nickerson — Michelin Guide
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This inspiring museum preserves and celebrates the art of the Cape and Islands — Lonely Planet
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You can sign up for jam-making classes, or purchase the kitchen's output in the gift shop. There's also a program of events for kids and adults, from gardening to nature walks. — Lonely Planet
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Across the street from the Village Green, where Colonial militia used to train, stand these historically focused museums — Frommer's
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Of the more than 3000 shipwrecks off the Cape's coast, the Whydah is one of the best documented and is the subject of this family-friendly museum — Lonely Planet
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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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Hoxie House, circa 1675, is the oldest house on Cape Cod that is open for visitors to tour and is also one of the Cape’s best preserved historic homes — Frommer's
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