Cape Cod MA Family Attractions
Massachusetts Attractions – Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard, Nantucket Attractions
Welcome to your guide to Cape Cod, Massachusetts attractions. This beautiful New England seacoast region is filled with many activities for you to enjoy while on vacation here. In addition to scenic sandy beaches, historic lighthouses, fresh lobster, and great golf, The Cape offers a variety of different attractions. During the months of May through October, whale watch tours are the most popular thing for tourists to do. The Hyannis Whale Watcher Cruises, based in Barnstable Harbor, guarantee that you will experience a whale sighting. The JFK Hyannis Museum offers visitors a peek into the intriguing life of our nation’s 35th President. Browse the list below to view MALiving’s recommended Cape Cod, MA attractions.
Cape Cod & The Islands Massachusetts Attractions
Hyannis Whale Watcher Cruises
Barnstable Harbor, MA
Set out into the Atlantic Ocean for whale sightings.
Sandwich Glass Museum
129 Main St.
Sandwich, MA 02563
Shows visitors how glass is blown and offers the history of glassmaking in Boston.
67 Grove St.
Sandwich, MA 02563
Ph: 508- 888-3300
Heritage Museums & Gardens revel in American art and history in 4 buildings offering both exhibitions of the museum’s permanent collections and seasonal exhibitions.
Chatham Railroad Museum
153 Depot Rd.
Chatham, MA 02633
Explore the craftsmanship of our forefathers as you examine early railway equipment. Vintage photos of men who made the trains are on display. There are also interactive activities for all ages.
JFK Hyannis Museum
397 Main Street
Hyannis, MA 02601
Explore the life of our 35th president.
28 Washington St.
Nantucket, MA 02554
This aquarium displays marine life indigenous to Nantucket’s salt marshes, harbors, and waters. Outdoor excursions and field trips also are available.
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