There is a rich and wonderful history that has been captured in the Cape Cod area and displayed in places like the Plymouth Plantation and the Heritage Museum & Gardens.
Take a step back in time as you relive the first steps of the Pilgrims as they landed on Plymouth Rock. Visit the Sandwich Glass Museum to see the beautiful works of art displayed there. Wander through the many Cape Cod state parks and see the natural surroundings that provide the same magnificent backdrop for both visitors today as well as the first settlers. From park to garden to museum, you will enjoy the rich culture and history of Cape Cod. You will find the Green Harbor Waterfront to be a wonderful central location as you explore all that this area has to offer. Below you will find more information and links to some of the area’s favorite historic spots.
Museums, Gardens & Parks:
Plymouth Plantation - recreation and interactive museum of Plymouth Village, where the pilgrims settled and Plymouth Rock is located.
Cape Cod Winery - Winery in Falmouth, off of Route 28.
Sandwich Glass Museum - Sandwich glass-making museum and crafting.
Museums on the Green - See where Katherine Lee Bates lived as well as multiple other historic museums in Falmouth.
The Spohr Garden - Beautiful 6-acre
gardens open early spring through late fall. Small weddings and tours.
Heritage Museum & Gardens - In historic Sandwich, hosts 100 acres of
flowers, lawns, and museum buildings with ever-changing exhibits, a
working carousel, and the Festival of Lights during the holiday