Cape Cod is a 60-minute
drive East to get to the Cape Cod Cannel and both bridges that are
the gateways to this island/peninsula comprised of 15 distinctive
towns. The first and Oldest town just over the Sagamore Bridge is
Sandwich home of the Heritage Plantation which has something for every
one. From its round barn that houses a spectacular collection of antique
autos, to an art museum that has an antique carousel, 76 acres of
majestic Rhododendrons and more. The town is also known for the collectable
Glass and Thornton
W. Burgess Museum. Straight out on Rt. 6 will get you out to the
Cape Cod National Seashore 20,000 acres of the dramatic coastline
that stretches between Chatham and Provincetown.
Just going over for the day: skip the Cape traffic and take the Express Ferry service from New Bedford to Martha's Vineyard only 45 minutes away and Cape Air has a service from Providence or Hyannis if you prefer to fly.
is just north of Cape Cod or directly 45 minutes East on Rt. 44
from Jacob Hill. Plymouth
Plantation is a living history museum which includes the Pilgrim
Village of 1627, the Mayflower
II recreated ship that brought the Pilgrims to New England
not to forget Plymouth Rock the symbolic stepping stone from the
old world to the new.
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The destination images are provided by Boston based photographer
Greg M. Cooper. You can purchase a custom print by contacting his
studio at www.gregmcooper.com.