- TripBuzz found 185 things to do with kids in or near Truro, Massachusetts, including 171 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Brewster, Provincetown, Wellfleet and Eastham.
- From Reel Deal Fishing Charters to Head of the Meadow Beach, the Truro area offers 79 different types of family activities, including: Beaches, Theaters, History Museums and Gardens.
- The city of Truro, settled in Barnstable County, Massachusetts, is home to just over 2,000 residents. The area is an incorporation of both Truro and North Truro villages and is settled along the shores of Cape Cod, acting as a prominent summer vacation community. With a history rich in the first settlements of the United States, Truro has now become an exclusive Cape Cod community.
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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.
The Crosby Mansion takes visitors back in time to a period of elegance and sophistication. The mansion has views of the Cape Cod Bay from its 60 foot viewing tower, and has features such as marble sinks and floors in the bathrooms, 15 fireplaces, and many other luxuries.
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3 River Rd, Orleans, MA MoreLess Info
The original meeting house of the Universalist Church of Orleans is now the Orleans Historical Society at The Meeting House Museum. The museum includes genealogical information, photos, artwork, deeds and other items pertaining to the history of the city.
The Orleans Historical Society is a historical society that is in charge of taking care of the Meeting House Museum, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The society has a collection of deeds, diaries, and local artwork.
Paying homage to early life in the community, The Brewster Historical Society offers a memorable and diverse collection. It includes old photographs, documents, furniture, artwork and clothing from the late 1800's to early 1900's.