- The list below includes 285 free or cheap things to do in or near Barnstable, Massachusetts, including 87 different types of inexpensive activities like Beaches, Fishing, Comedy Clubs and Art Museum.
- From Sturgis Library to Kalmus Beach, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Barnstable and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Oak Bluffs, Hyannis, Dennis and Eastham.
Located in Dennis, Massachusetts, Eden Hand Art is a jewelry store and design boutique. Its most famous design is the Cape Cod Screwball, a minimalist two-tone metal design available in bracelets, earrings, necklaces and rings. '
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77 Nobscusset Road, Dennis, MA MoreLess Info
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Josiah Dennis Manse & Old West Schoolhouse is a museum that contains a number of exhibits on the area's history. A one-room schoolhouse from 1745 is located on the grounds.
Route 6A, Dennis, MA MoreLess Info
Located in Dennis, Massachusetts, the Cape Cod Museum of Art is a regional art museum that emphasizes contributions from local and regional artists. It has a gift store and bookshop. Call ahead to arrange group tours.
Highlighting the region's art and culture, the Cape Museum of Fine Arts features the work of area artists. Guests can browse the gallery exhibitions, sculpture garden, library, and gift shop, or attend classes, lectures, special events, and independent movie showings.
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307 Old Main Street, South Yarmouth, MA 2664 MoreLess Info
Visual, literary and performing arts are on display at Cultural Center of Cape Cod. A wide variety of events and exhibits are offered, and available classes include foreign language, art, dance and more.
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220 South Street, South Yarmouth, MA 02664 MoreLess Info
Visitors can have a day at the beach or a walk on the pier at Bass River Beach & Boat Launch - Smuggler's Beach. In addition to benches, there is a concession stand that sells snacks.
Cape Cod Foodie Tours leads walking tours of the coastal village of Hyannis, with a focus on the many independently-owned restaurants and the historical sights along the way. Visitors will walk off the calories as they sample local foods.