- Our list of the best things to do in Mashpee, Massachusetts, features the top 334 nearby activities — including 148 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Mashpee, MA has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Sights & Landmarks, and Entertainment & Shows.
- The results below include the top 12 things to do within the city of Mashpee, MA , followed by 321 popular activities in nearby cities, including Plymouth, Hyannis, Edgartown, Oak Bluffs, Barnstable, Brewster, New Bedford, Dennis, Sandwich, Vineyard Haven, Harwich, Woods Hole, South Yarmouth, Harwich Port, Wareham, West Yarmouth, Chatham, Dennis Port, West Tisbury, Chilmark and Dartmouth
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Gay Head, MA 2535 MoreLess Info
Gay Head Light is a historic lighthouse which dates back to 1799 and offers sweeping views of the nearby shoreline and the ocean.
Located by the wonderfully restored old train depot, the Chatham Railroad Museum is a museum honoring trains and their history. Enjoy locomotive models, a restored wood caboose that can be boarded and explored, and digital demonstrations of rail history.
Yak Arts International is an eclectic shop located in Orleans. The shop features hand-crafted pieces from local artisans including one-of-a-kind jewelry, home goods, art pieces, sculptures, decorative items and more.
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41 S Orleans Road, Orleans, MA 02653 MoreLess Info
The French Cable Station Museum In Orleans preserves the history of the direct undersea telegraphic cable 'Le Direct' between Orleans and Brest. A free visit includes superintendent's office, testing, repair, and cable rooms as they were in 1858.
Chatham, Massachusetts is home to the Chatham Pier & Fish Market. The market sells some of the freshest seafood in the world. Customers may purchase raw fish, shellfish and a bevy of sushi and other prepared foods.
American history is on display at French Transatlantic Cable Station Museum. Most notably, France's General Pershing communicated with the U.S. government through this cable station during World War I. Free guided tours are available.