Cape Cod Travel Blog

Kids: Catch Some Air at a Cape Cod Skatepark



If you are coming to the Cape and want your kids to get out and do something they enjoy, consider bringing them to one of the local skateparks.... read more

Grab Your Binoculars--It's Time to Go Birdwatching on Cape Cod



The Cape has abundant wildlife and that includes the many feathered friends native to the area.

Whether you want to visit a bird sanctuary... read more

Treasure Trek: Five Tips for Antiquing



With antique shops up and down Route 6A (and ... read more

Cape Cod Beachcombing: A Dozen Sea Shells You Will Surely Find



Part of the fun of visiting Cape Cod's beaches is combing the sand for shells. Keen and casual collectors of all ages never know what the tide... read more

A Cultural Treat on Commercial Street: Provincetown Art Association & Museum



The Provincetown Art Association and Museum (PAAM) celebrated its centennial in 2014 and this institution that is over 100 years old is still... read more

The Delicate Art of Glass Blowing: Six Cape Cod Studios & a Museum to Visit



While the Cape is known for many things, the arts community is definitely a big part of the area, from sculptors to painters and many other... read more

Bowling, Burgers & Brew--the Lanes in Mashpee has it all



If you're looking for a great place to bring the kids, go out for a date, or to just hang out with friends, the... read more

Brilliant Beacons: Take a Tour of the Cape's Many Lighthouses



From the widow's walks on top of sea captain homes to the boats leaving harbors all over Cape Cod, nautical history is everywhere. Part of this... read more

The Brazilian Grill in Hyannis: Not Just For Meat-Lovers



While the Brazilian Grill is known primarily for the amazing meat they serve tableside, this... read more

Broaden Your Horizons at the Cultural Center of Cape Cod



Conveniently located in Yarmouth, right in the middle of the Cape, is the Cultural Center of Cape Cod. This non-profit opened in 2007 and is... read more

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