- Our list of the best things to do in Truro, Massachusetts, features the top 219 nearby activities — including 135 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Truro, MA has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Water Activities, and Sights & Landmarks.
- The results below include the top 16 things to do within the city of Truro, MA , followed by 203 popular activities in nearby cities, including Provincetown, Brewster, Wellfleet, Chatham, Dennis, Eastham, Orleans, Harwich, Barnstable, Harwich Port, South Yarmouth, Dennis Port, Hyannis and Sandwich
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Cooke and School Sts., Edgartown, MA MoreLess Info
Located in Edgartown, Massachusetts, the Martha's Vineyard Museum focuses on preserving the history of the Marth's Vineyard area. Paintings, historic books and 3-dimensional objects are among the items that are included in the museum's displays.
With the focus on field sports, Weymouth Sportsmens Club provides an outdoor facility with hunting and fishing activities for its members. The club also offers classes that teaches sports classes like rifle safety and archery.
Cannonball Park is a memorial park featuring a memorial dedicated to 70 soldiers who lost their lives in the Civil War. The memorial is comprised of stacks of cannonballs set in stone and an obelisk engraved with the soldier's names.
Located in a quaint, historic 18th-century home, the Martha's Vineyard Museum features exhibits that capture the cultural history of the island. Displays include clothing, furniture, and exhibits on whaling and the nearby lighthouse.
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Vineyard Haven Rd, Vineyard Haven, MA 2568 MoreLess Info
Felix Neck Wildlife Sanctuary contains a varied terrain of meadows, salt marshes, woodlands with a number of multi-purpose walking trails. Visitors can also enjoy kayaking at the Sengekontacket Pond.
Established in 1978, the Hull Lifesaving Museum is a museum dedicated to telling the stories of all things lifesaving. In addition to displaying lifesaving devices, guests at the museum learn stories about men who have saved lives on the waters.