At the Provincetown Museum and Pilgrim Monument
Wine tastings and vineyard tours are very popular on Cape Cod. The sand-rich soil and windswept climate give regional grapes an intense flavor and a unique varietal character
Lighthouses are a significant part of Cape Cod’s maritime history and a top tourist attraction. You'll find the iconic lighthouses all over the island.
With such a fascinating history, it's not surprising Cape Cod is loaded with Museums covering it's founders through to it's most famous residents and it's rich maritime history.
Cape Cod is famous for its seafood. Have a lobster roll at cheap and cheerful lobster joints or a more refined seafood feast at restaurants like Ocean House -
Take a ride along the Cape Cod Rail Trail – 25 miles of flat and easy cycling with fantastic Cape Cod views.