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Cape Cod Museum of Art image
Dennis, MA
(Range: < 1 mile)
Founded by artists in 1981, CCMoA is the home of Cape Cod Art. The Museum preserves the work of the Cape’s finest artists and celebrates the distinctive artistic identity of the Cape, the Islands and the region. It is a major hub of the cultural life of the region. Through its outstanding art collection and diverse programming, CCMoA educates, inspires and excites the imagination while caring for and connecting the Cape's many communities. (Curated content from www.ccmoa.org)
Dennis Highlands image
Dennis, MA
(Range: < 1 mile)
Dennis Highlands is a par 71, sixty five hundred-yard championship golf course. It is situated on 175 acres of pine and oak covered rolling ground on the north side of Dennis, in the village of Dennis. Designed by Jack Kidwell and Mike Hurdzan and opened for play in 1984. Dennis Highlands may be the “Crown Jewel” in the traditional list of fine Cape Cod golf courses. (Curated content from www.dennisgolf.com)
Dennis Pines image
Dennis, MA
(Range: 1 mile)
Dennis Pines is a par seventy-two, seven thousand-yard championship golf course. It is situated on 170 acres of pine forest land in the Village of East Dennis. Designed by Henry C. Mitchell and opened for play in 1966, Dennis Pines has long been noted as one of the toughest layouts on Cape Cod. Tree lined corridors place a great premium on accuracy rather than distance. Water comes into play on four holes, and the twelfth hole is recognized as one of the most difficult par fives anywhere. (Curated content from www.dennisgolf.com)
Corporation Beach image
Dennis, MA
(Range: 1 mile)
Werner Schmidt Observatory image
(Range: 3 miles)
The Werner Schmidt Observatory (I06), Lat N 41° 40′ 42″ Long W 70° 11′ 37″, includes a 12.5-foot Ash dome, and a warm room where much of the imaging from the dome can be viewed. (Curated content from capecodastronomy.org)
Blue Rock Golf Course image
(Range: 3 miles)
The meticulously-maintainted Blue Rock Golf Course in South Yarmouth is open to the public as well as members, and offers two putting and chipping greens and a full-service Pro Shop. Blue Rock is a course for all ages and abilities: holes range from 103 to 255 yards, with our signature #9 hole – at 169 yards over water to a kidney shaped green – named one of “Cape Cod’s 18 Best.” (Curated content from bluerockgolfcourse.com)
Bayberry Hills image
(Range: 3 miles)
Bayberry Hills is a pristine golf course located in West Yarmouth, Massachusetts. The layout includes 27 holes (Red, White, & Blue Courses) with championship tees allowing the course to be played at up to 7200 yards. The facility offers the ultimate golfing experience. (Curated content from www.golfyarmouth.com)
Captain Bangs Hallet House Museum image
(Range: 3 miles)
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and the centerpiece of the Society’s properties, this home is a stately, fully-furnished sea captain's home, circa 1840. It is the only one like it on Cape Cod regularly open to the public, providing an intimate glimpse into how sea captains' families lived and entertained in the Victorian era. (Curated content from www.hsoy.org)
Cape Cod Inflatable Park image
(Range: 3 miles)
Whether you are a local, a summer resident, or a first-time vacationer to Cape Cod, your summer won’t be complete without a visit to the Cape Cod Inflatable Park. We offer a truly unique experience for families just an hour and a half south of Boston. Enjoy the largest inflatable park in the U.S. and have some wicked fun at our Wicked Waves Water Park.  (Curated content from capecodinflatablepark.com)
Cape Cod Museum of Natural History image
(Range: 4 miles)
The Museum has two floors of exhibits explaining the coastal change creation of Cape Cod, Native American presence; archaeology showing 8,000 years of human activity; native animals and habitats; films, lectures and workshops on a variety of topics are offered year round along with special programs for children especially during school vacation; (Curated content from ccmnh.org)