Things to Do in Sandwich, MA

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3.2 Miles
94% 646 votes
Specialty Museums Pine and Grove Streets, Sandwich, MA 02563 MoreLess Info
Earlier known as the Heritage Plantation of Sandwich, Heritage Museums & Gardens today comprises of a public garden which features a collection of rhododendrons and daylilies as well as a museum with its three galleries showcasing a collection of vintage automobiles and American folk art.
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91% 289 votes
Piers & Boardwalks Boardwalk Road, Sandwich, MA MoreLess Info
The Boardwalk consists of a man made boardwalk which is located on a beach which runs adjacent to the ocean. Recreational walkers, along with tourists and locals, visit this area for exercise and general enjoyment.
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100% 117 votes
Kayaking 449 Route 6A, Sandwich, MA 02537 MoreLess Info
RideAway Kayak is a local tour company which organizes guides kayak trips on Cape Cod. Their fleet comprises of a variety of kayaks to suit beginners and experts both.
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94% 165 votes
Other Tours 18 Jarves Street, Sandwich, MA 02563 MoreLess Info
ECOtourz LLC offers guided bike and kayak tours of Sandwich. The bike tours lead visitors through many historic and cultural sites including museums, the boardwalk and more, while the kayak tours are conducted on Upper Cape estuaries with beautiful views of the landscape and wildlife.
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97% 202 votes
Scenic Drives Sandwich, MA MoreLess Info
Route 6A, also known as the Old King's Highway, is a scenic route on Cape Cod which passes through many towns, from Bourne to Provincetown, offering sweeping views of the ocean and landscape on either side.
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92% 130 votes
Historic Homes Sandwich, MA MoreLess Info
Hoxie House dates back to 1675 and is one of the oldest saltbox houses in the state. Restored and preserved, the house features a range of authentic artifacts and furnishings.
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89% 515 votes
Specialty Museums 129 Main Street, Sandwich, MA 02563 MoreLess Info
Sandwich Glass Museum showcases the history of Sandwich which is the oldest town on Cape Cod and known for its glass industry. The museum houses a variety of glass artworks and organizes a daily glass blowing demonstration.
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93% 41 votes
Historic Districts Sandwich, MA MoreLess Info
Historic Sandwich Village is a local tourist destination being home to a number of historic buildings, gardens, shops and other local attractions such as the glass museum and the Quincy Tree House.
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93% 145 votes
Visitor Centers Ed Moffitt Drive, Sandwich, MA MoreLess Info
Cape Cod Canal Visitors Center is operated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and houses a range of interactive exhibits which include a retired patrol boat and a DVD presentation about the Canal's local history and culture.
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91% 80 votes
Historic Sites Water Street, Sandwich, MA 02563 MoreLess Info
Dexter Grist Mill, built in 1654, is a popular tourist attraction that still functions as a working mill. Visitors can even purchase fresh cornmeal ground that day. Open mid-May through early September.
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