Shopping in Cape Cod

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The Cape definitely has its fair share of tourist-friendly T-shirt shops and boutiques hawking gifts emblazoned with seaside symbols (lobster-print p... Read More

The Cape definitely has its fair share of tourist-friendly T-shirt shops and boutiques hawking gifts emblazoned with seaside symbols (lobster-print pants, anyone?). And there are iconic shops that have entertained generations of kids, like the Brewster General Store, the Chatham Candy Manor, and Dr. Gravity's Kite Shop. But you’ll also find an emerging breed of well-curated boutiques selling tasteful home goods, stylish antiques, and chic clothing. For outdoorsy types, places like the Bird Watcher’s General Store and the Goose Hummock Shop encourage you to get out and enjoy nature at its finest.

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  • Bird Watcher’s General Store

    A symphony of chirping welcomes you to this birding paradise, which sells everything from binoculars to guides to the area (Cape Cod is prime bird... Read More

  • Brewster Store

    Converted from a church into a general store in 1866, the Brewster Store is a must-visit for every child coming to Cape Cod. It has barely changed over... Read More

  • Chatham Candy Manor

    This family-owned candy store will appeal to your inner sweet tooth. The shelves and display cases are lined with every kind of treat, including hand... Read More

  • Coastal Style

    For all your souvenir and decorating needs, head to Coastal Style in Osterville. Bring a bit of the beach into your home with whimsical wooden fish and... Read More

  • Dr. Gravity Kite Shop

    The windows of this cedar-shake storefront in Harwichport are filled with kites of all shapes and sizes, and during the summer, body boards and beach... Read More

  • Goose Hummock

    Whether you want to go canoeing, fishing, or clamming, Goose Hummock has the equipment you need and aquatic experts to advise you on what to buy. The... Read More

  • John Derian New England

    Designer John Derian has become known for his eclectic decoupage plates and paperweights and his expertly curated collections of French imported quilts... Read More

  • Maps of Antiquity

    You won’t find maps like this just anywhere: this shop's collection of treasures has grown to over 18,000 items, ranging from antique nautical charts to... Read More

  • The Chatham Home

    When you enter the Chatham Home, an interiors and clothing shop on the lower level of a shingled house on Chatham’s Main Street, you'll want to move... Read More

  • The Shell Shop

    A beaded mermaid curtain sets the tone at Provincetown’s kitschy Shell Shop, which opened in 1978 to supply beach houses up and down the Cape with shell... Read More

  • Three Buoys

    Named for the owner’s trio of sons, Three Buoys is conveniently located on Main Street in Harwichport. Stop in and pick up a colorful tunic or a metal... Read More

  • Weekend

    Owner Mari Porcari is the tastemaker behind this fashionable lifestyle boutique in an 1835 general store with birch display tables and lime-green walls.... Read More

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