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Cape Cod Maritime Museum

135 South St, Hyannis

508-775-1723

Explore indoor and outdoor interactive maritime exhibits while learning about Cape Cod's matirime past, present and future! Cape Cod Maritime Museum offers classes, workshops, exhibits, events and educational programs. You can take a historic sail on the museum built 1886 Crosby Catboat replica, Sarah. 

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Cape Cod Museum of Art

60 Hope Ln, Dennis

508-385-4477 x16

The Cape Cod Museum of Art features regional exhibitions, focusing on artists from Cape Cod, the Islands and Southern Massachusetts. Meander through 7 galleries, a scultpure garden and library. They also offer regular events, lectures and kids programs, including a summer art camp, afternoon workshops and classes for teens.

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Cape Cod Children's Museum

577 Great Neck Rd South, Mashpee

508-539-8788

The Cape Cod Children's Museum is a great place to learn and play! The museum has a lot of hands on exhibits and programs, plus a gift shop. Check their website for events.

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Cape Cod Museum of Natural History

869 Main Street, Brewster

508-896-3867

Surrounded by 400 acres of beautiful conservation land, the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History itself is made up of two floors of exhibits about the wildlife of Cape Cod. Explore the museums exhibits on whales, snakes, turtles, fish and more! There are many interactive exhibits that are geared to children. After the museum, you can explore the many trails surrounding, including the walking trails of Wing Island. The museum holds many events and kids programs.

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Heritage Museums and Gardens

67 Grove St, Sandwich

508-888-3300

Heritage Museums & Gardens inspires people of all ages to explore, discover and learn together. Located on 100 acres of gardens and nature trails, Heritage offers fun for the entire family with Hidden Hollow, an interactive family-friendly area where kids can explore the natural world and learn about the environment as they play. Kids and adults will love our vintage carousel with unlimited rides, free with Museum admission. Heritage is home to three gallery buildings, special exhibitions, specialty gardens, water features, and sculpture. Heritage is also home to The Adventure Park at Heritage, featuring interpretive trails and five "aerial" trails with rope walks, moving planks, tunnels, zip lines, and other similar features.
 
Check their website, www.heritagemuseums.org, for details on current exhibits.

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Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum

1 High Pole Hill Rd, Provincetown

508-487-1310

Visit the Pilgrim Monument and climb to the top for a gorgeous view of the Cape! After you climb, check out the fantastic museum that highlights the history of Provincetown and Cape Cod. Check in for seasonal exhibits in art and history! 

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Marine Animal Discovery Center

120 Main St, Buzzards Bay

508-743-9888

Marine Animal Discovery Center is an independent, non profit rehibilitation and release hospital. At the moment, they mainly treat sea turtles and seals, with future plans to treat dolphins, porpouses and small whales. Visit for an educational experience on how to help sea life on Cape Cod. The Center includes displays, specimens and information on marine animals, animal rehibilitations, strandings and educational programs. Also offers a gift shop with local art and jewelry, plus educational toys and fair trade items. 

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Chatham Marconi Maritime Center

847 Orleans Rd, North Chatham

508-945-8889

The Chatham Marconi Martime Center encompasses the building that was once the Chatham Radio WCC Operations Building. Enjoy maritime exhibits and learn the history of wireless communication. 

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Coast Guard Heritage Museum

3353 Main St, Barnstable Village

508-362-8521

The Coast Guard Heritage Museum highlights the history of the USCG. Museum includes Coast Guard tours, artifacts, art and memorabilia. Also, be sure check out the oldest wooden jail in America, and the Village Blacksmith Shop!

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Edward Gorey House

8 Strawberry Ln, Yarmouth Port

508-362-3909

The Edward Gorey House celebrates the life and works of Edward Gorey, acclaimed author, illustrator, playwrite and costume designer. Not only a museum, it is also the house that Edward Gorey lived in until his passing in 2000. 

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Plimoth Plantation

137 Warren Ave, Plymouth

508-746-1622

A living museum that shows the original settlement of Plymouth Colony. Explore the 17th century English Village and the Wampanoag Homesite. Also the home of the Mayflower II, a full scale reproduction of the Mayflower. Informative Visitors Center, Craft Center, Plimoth Grist Mill and rare bread animals are among the attractions at Plimoth Plantation.

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