- 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!
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With a passion for historical preservation, Salve Regina University has acquired local historical homes and mansions, making it a unique and beautiful campus. The old homes have been turned into dorms, classrooms, and other school buildings, making the tour different from any other.
Offering a peaceful and serene environment, Oak Knoll Wildlife Sanctuary is equipped with a walking trail, garden and play area. Surrounded by lakes and streams, the park also features a nature center with educational exhibits.
Built in 1860, this Italian villa is one of the best kept mansions from the era. Containing original furnishings, paintings, and documents, visitors are able to see what style and life were like for one of America's most prosperous families.
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The International Tennis Hall of Fame & Museum chronicles the history of tennis from the 12th century through present day within the former Newport Casino, one of the finest examples in the world of Victorian shingle-style architecture. Visitors can also visit touchscreen informational kiosks dedicated to the g…
The Newport Art Museum is an art museum dedicated to collecting, preserving, exhibiting, and interpreting historic and contemporary visual arts. The museum features several art exhibitions, as well as various special events and educational programs.
Originally a vacation home for a wealthy Philadelphia family, The Elms in Newport, Rhode Island was constructed in 1901. The property has several large gardens and is furnished with many original items, including fine art worth millions of dollars.