- 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
91% 514 votes
1347 Roger Willams Way, North Kingstown, RI 02852 MoreLess Info
The Vineyard Fast Ferry offers comfortable and speedy rides to Martha's Vineyard from North Kingstown. The luxurious ferry offers indoor, air-conditioned seating or sundeck seating and a full service drink and snack bar.
84% 115 votes
Johnson and Wales University, Providence, RI 02905 MoreLess Info
Located in Johnson and Wales University, the Culinary Arts Museum is a teaching museum that preserves the culinary and hospitality heritage. With a 25,000 gallery space, several historical exhibits and recipe collections are on view Tuesday through Saturday.
93% 290 votes
1347 Roger WIlliams Way, North Kingstown, RI 02852 MoreLess Info
Rhode Island Bay Cruises offers narrated cruises with various themes and emphases. Cruises will include lighthouse views, harbor tours, and historic attractions, and other scenic area features, and are narrated by experienced guides.
99% 165 votes
Power St. and Gano St., Roger Williams Square, Providence, RI MoreLess Info
As a walking tour, Providence Tours by Deena leads visitors to the historical and architectural sites of the city. The guide customizes the tour based on what the visitors are interested in seeing.
Fort Getty Recreational Area, once used during World War I and II, is now used primarily as a camp ground. They offer a boat ramp, fishing dock, dumping station and comfort stations along with water and electric hookups for trailers.
Featuring a lighthouse that was built in 1856, Beavertail Light and Park, is now part of the Rhode Island Parks System. The area includes hiking/biking trails, Lighthouse Museum, and a breath-taking view from the rocky perimeter at the ocean's edge.