- Our list of the best things to do in Hyannis, Massachusetts, features the top 350 nearby activities — including 173 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Hyannis, MA has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Sights & Landmarks, and Water Activities.
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Wine connoisseurs will have a hay day at Coastal Vineyard where they can see wine in the making in wood barrels or steel tanks. Wine releases take place in the exclusive wine tasting room and tours of the vineyard are given year round.
Slocum's River Reserve is a river reserve protecting more than 3,000 feet along Slocum's river. The preserve is populated by woodlands, agricultural fields, and pastures. Visitors can expect to find 2 miles of scenic walking trails.
Spanning 56 acres, the Fourth Cliff Recreation Area sits atop a seaside cliff at the tip of a peninsula. The area offers stunning views of the sea and shore, and offers camping opportunities as well as lodging.
The Regal Silver City 10 Cinemas is a multiplex theater featuring first run movies shown with digital projection and Dolby sound technology. The theater also offers traditional amenities such as a snack bar as well as availability for private parties.
Pump N Jump is an inflatable fun center' offering a variety of inflatables and toys for children. Examples of available inflatables include bounce houses, obstacle courses, and giant slides. Pump N Jump also maintains a game room for all ages.
A peculiar and unique service, Postmortem Hearse Tours offers professionally guided and narrated tours of the Fall River area from the comfort of a hearse. A campy and macabre offering, the tour is for those looking for an unconventional experience.
The 1732 residence of Captain Benjamin James is now the site of the Maritime and Mossing Museum. There are currently six growing exhibits that cover local history and famous area shipwrecks, and each has its own descriptive videos.