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Things to do in Cape Cod

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JAIL BREAK FISHING CHARTERS
Excellent63 Reviews
SAQUATUCKET MUNICIPAL MARINA, 715 MAIN STREET (ROUTE 28), HARWICHPORT, MA 02646
508‐237‐3962
www.jailbreakcharters.com
Rated #1 Fishing Charter in Harwich by TripAdvisor. Chase bluefin tuna and sharks east of Chatham in among the humpback whales or tackle striped bass and bluefish in the Nantucket Shoals, around Monomoy Island and southern coast of Cape Cod. Grab your family and friends and join Captain Seamus and Duffy, his chocolate Labrador and first mate, to enjoy an amazing fishing experience on Cape Cod! NO FISH, NO CHARGE (striped bass and bluefish trips only)
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Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum
Excellent471 Reviews
High Pole Hill Road,Provincetown, MA 02657
508-487-1310
www.Pilgrim-Monument.org
Make it to the top of the Pilgrim Monument and enjoy the panoramic view of Provincetown Harbor, Cape Cod Bay, Cape Cod National Seashore and the Town of Provincetown. The Monument commemorates the “first landing” of the Mayflower Pilgrims in Provincetown on November 21, 1620. It is the tallest all-granite structure in the United States! Enjoy the Provincetown Museum and learn about Provincetown history through featured exhibits on the Pilgrims, the building of the Monument, Maritime History... read more
Wellfleet Drive-In Theatre
Excellent137 Reviews
Route 6 Wellfleet, MA
508-349-7176
wellfleetdrivein.com
As the only drive-in theatre on Cape Cod, the Wellfleet Drive-in is the place to go – but not just for big-screen movies, for much more. There’s a playground, a mini golf course, a flea market, and ice cream too. You can catch a double feature every night during the summer, and get appropriate movie snacks at the snack bar. There is also the Dairy Bar & Grill on the premises, which has lunch and dinner offerings.
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Yarmouth Seaside Festival
P.O. Box 489, South Yarmouth, MA  02664
508-778-1008
www.yarmouthseasidefestival.com
Be sure to make plans to enjoy a fun-filled time at the Yarmouth Seaside Festival, held annually on Columbus Day weekend. The festival has grown into a gala event which boasts a craft fair of more than 125 crafters, a giant parade, continual musical entertainment, high-quality children's events, Farmer's, rides and games, kayak and canoe race, 5K road race, Kooks & Spooks parade, pie-eating contests, fireworks display, sand sculptures, and much more.  There is truly something for everyone!
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Cape Cod Creamery
Excellent302 Reviews
5 Theater Colony Rd, South Yarmouth, MA 02664
508-398-8400
www.capecodcreamery.com
Family owned and operated, the Cape Cod Creamery boasts “the smoothest, creamiest, most flavorful ice cream you can buy.” With such a bold statement, it’s definitely worth the trip to form your own opinion and see if you agree! The creamery is open 7 days a week typically beginning in April, and features a wide variety of both traditional and unique flavors, many named after local towns and attractions
Maps of Antiquity
Excellent57 Reviews
1409 Main Street Chatham, MA 02633
508-945-1660
mapsofantiquity.com
Maps of Antiquity is a very unique store situated in Chatham, that specializes in maps from around the world. Owned by husband and wife team Bob and Danielle, the shop is open year round, features over 15,000 authentic antique maps as well as reproduction maps and charts, and aims to offer personalized service to each customer they service. The business has been running for the past 22 years, and still continues to experience exciting growth and evolution today.