Planning a tourist trip from Boston to Cape Cod?
On a tour of Boston, we can visit Boston Common, the Old State House, the Old North Church, the Freedom Trail, and Faneuil Hall. Many also want to see the Bunker Hill Monument and the site of the Boston Tea Party.
After leaving Boston we find ourselves on the picturesque streets of Quincy. Quincy has important historic sites such as the Naval Shipbuilding Museum, Quincy Quarries Reservation, Quincy Historical Society, Adams National Historical Park and others.
The further route runs along the coast of Massachusetts Bay through Hingham, Cohasset and Scituate to Plymouth, the first european settlement in New England. The best view of Massachusetts Bay is by driving along Jerusalem-Road.
Unsurprisingly, the settlers fell in love with America when they landed at magnificent Plymouth, nestled in the calm waters of Plymouth Harbor along Cape Cod Bay. It was here that the first English colonists made war and then peace with the natives, celebrating their newfound collaboration with their first Thanksgiving dinner. Visit the landmarks that honor this piece of American history, from Plymouth Rock to the Mayflower and Burial Hill. Or just enjoy the sandy beaches and calm sea breezes.
Moving further along Route 3A, you can turn onto the coastal roads to admire the views of Cape Cod Bay from the mainland. Having passed the Samagore Bridge, we are met by the first city of Cape Cod - Sandwich. The quiet and intimate Sandwich Center offers the perfect blend of art and culture and outdoor adventure. Check out the exhibits at the History Museums and Gardens or the Sandwich Glass Museum. Or just chill out at Sandy Neck Beach!
A further route to the north of Cape Cod can be made by visiting various local attractions. Heading south, you can visit Hyannis Port for an excursion to Nantuket. Falmouth is famous for its seafood cuisine, we advise you to visit the Water Street Kitchen and C Salt Wine Bar and Grille. If you are traveling with children, be sure to check out the Cape Cod Children's Museum in Mashpee or the Whydah Pirates Museum in Yarmouth. If you love nature, stop at Barnstable to visit Long Pasture Wildlife Sanctuary. Art lovers will love Dennis - visit the Cape Cod Museum of Art and Skargo Stoneware Pottery and Art Gallery. Noteworthy are the Harwich Lavender Farm and Chatham Lighthouse.
In the very north of Cape Cod lies Provincetown, the pearl of Cape Cod. There are so many amazing things to do in Provincetown! Enjoy a whale watching cruise or buggy ride through the dunes of Provincetown. Lounge around on Race Point Beach. Stroll along Provincelands Trail to take in the sights of kettle ponds, marshlands, cranberry bogs, and the Race Point Lighthouse. Visit MacMillan Pier where you will encounter art shacks, museums, and more. Attend a production at the Provincetown Theater. If you have a sweet tooth, you don’t want to miss out on Cabot’s Candy of Cape Cod! You’ll come across an array of art museums and galleries here. Additionally, seafood lovers can take comfort in knowing there is an array of dining establishments that feature fresh, local seafood such as The Canteen and The Mews.
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