Cape Cod is a beautiful island/peninsula with over 550 miles of white sandy beaches.
A true destination
resort it is only an hour from Boston or Providence and about 4 1/2 hours from New York City.
arrive on Cape Cod you will begin to notice the clean air with its salty tang. Even the lighting seems different.
That and the quaint villages are part of the reason so many artists make their homes and do their work on the
Cape. The winters are warmer and the summers are cooler. A must visit is The National Seashore featuring
20,000 acres of dramatic coastline and sand dunes. Here are some more great reasons to visit Cape Cod or email us at
Cape Museum of Fine Arts A year-round museum featuring exhibitions that include works by talented local artists. Also features lectures
and the Reel Art Cinema. 508-385-4477
Cape Playhouse America’s oldest professional summer theater featuring famous stars for a summer season of plays, comedies,
mysteries and musicals.
Cape Symphony Orchestra The orchestra consist of 90 members featuring internationally known guest artists. The CSO performs
classical, family and Pops concerts and provides educational programs in the community. 508-362-1111
Chatham Chorale The 100 plus voice chorale performs classical and contemporary choral music from late fall to early summer.
Harwich Historical Society Museum Located at Brooks Academy the museum features the most comprehensive exhibit of Cranberry Culture on
Cape Cod, as well as other exhibits, programs and events.
Heritage Cape Cod Promoting heritage and cultural events year-round such as Maritime Week, HeritageWeek in June and a
Cape-wide house tour in November. Also village tours, historic reenactments, lectures and exhibits.
Opera New England of Cape Cod Presents professional staged operas. Adult performances by the national Lyric Opera are in May and October,
with a children’s opera in November. 508-775-3974
Provincetown Art Association & Museum Over 100 years ago Charles Hawthorne founded the Outer Cape’s Art Colony. It is open year-round and
features established and emerging artist’s exhibits.
Thornton W. Burgess Society A museum and nature center dedicated to the philosophy of naturalist and children’s author, Thornton W.
Burgess. Year-round programs on nature and featuring a Fall Harvest Festival and Victorian Christmas.
Cape Cod is abundantly rich with activities for children and adults alike. There are
19 public golf courses,
some open year-round.Bike riding on miles of specially reserved bike trails. Check out the cranberry bogs and
the fabulous spring wildflowers. Drive Route 6A, the historic "Old King’s Highway" with its many galleries,
antique shopsand restaurantsscattered along the way from Sandwich to Orleans.
There is great fishing, boating and swimming. Take a scenic cruise through the Cape Cod Canal or around
Hyannis Harbor or the beautiful Bass River. Visit the John F. Kennedy Museum in downtown Hyannis.
The Cape has 365 fresh water kettle ponds. Ride the past on The Cape Cod Railroad.
In August there is the famous Falmouth Road Race, the second largest in New England, runners from all over
the world compete.
Go whale watching from Barnstable Harbor or Provincetown. Join the excitement at the
Cape Cod Baseball
League games with top players from colleges throughout the country.