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Things to do in Cape Cod

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Adventure Chatham
Excellent5 Reviews
1150 Queen Anne Rd. East Harwich, MA 02645
774-237-7313
www.adventurechatham.com
Adventure Chatham is your one-stop outfitter for vacation recreation! We are Cape Cod’s leader in stand-up paddleboarding, a fun and exciting activity and the world’s fastest growing water sport. Adventure Chatham offers a full spectrum of SUP lessons, rentals, equipment sales, and sightseeing excursions in the stunningly beautiful and diverse waterways of Chatham and Harwich. We also rent recreational and touring/fishing kayaks and colorful beach cruiser bicycles! As featured on WCVB-TV... read more
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French Cable Station Museum
Excellent2 Reviews
Corner of Cove Road and Route 28 Orleans, MA 02653
508-240-1735
www.frenchcablestationmuseum.org/index.htm
A museum of the marine telegraph operation from France to the United States. The station stopped operating in 1959. It opened as a museum on July 2, 1972. We are planning a 40th year celebration in late September 2012. Check our website for further information. At one time the station was the US termination point for a marine telegraph line direct from France. The actual equipment used is still in place and some can be demonstrated. We will demonstrate how they determined where the break was in... 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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Pie in the Sky
Excellent263 Reviews
10 Water Street, Woods Hole, MA 02543
508-540-5475
www.woodshole.com/pie
Only a minute from Martha’s Vineyard ferry terminal – allowing you to order a hearty lunch for your ferry ride! Our assortment of delicious baked-goods and sandwiches are sure to be a perfect addition to any picnic or adventure! You can eat-in or pick-up – you can even take advantage of our free high speed internet access while munching on a homemade cookie! We are open 7 days a week - 364 days a year, from at least 5am-10pm. We are looking forward to seeing you the next time you are in W... read more
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.