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Things to do in Massachusetts

  • Cape Cod Lavender Farm

    In a small outbuilding with an honesty box, the farm shop sells a heavenly lavender-lemon marmalade. More
  • Cape Cod Museum of Natural History

    Attend demonstrations by naturalists and a resident beekeeper, plus explore the three nature trails through protected woodland and salt marshes and... More
  • Cape Cod National Seashore

    The protected Cape Cod National Seashore stretches 40 miles, from Chatham all the way north to Provincetown. It was set aside in 1961 by John F. Ke... More
  • Cape Cod Province Lands Bike Trail

    For a more active adventure, catch the eight-mile Cape Cod Province Lands Bike Trail at Race Point. It passes through sand dunes and forests and en... More
  • Cape Cod Rail Trail

    Built on an old railway bed, the 26-mile Cape Cod Rail Trail starts at Route 134 in Dennis and winds through Chatham, continuing north to Wellfleet... More
  • Cape Playhouse

    The emphasis here, also home to the Cape Cod Center for the Arts, is on Broadway musicals. Bette Davis famously began her career here, as an usher. More
  • Cape Poge Wildlife Refuge

    Drivers of four-wheel-drive vehicles can get an over-sand vehicle pass to Chappaquiddick’s refuge for a cookout. Or, set aside at least two hours t... More
  • Captain Marden’s Seafoods

    Now a local institution, this family-owned fishmonger shop was originally founded by Master Mariner Captain Roy Wilfred Marden in 1945. Today, the ... More
  • Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts

    The only Le Corbusier-built structure in the United States, the Carpenter Center stands in stark contrast to its more staid neighbors on Harvard ... More
  • Casa di Stile

    Since 2007, boutique co-owners Allison Levangie and Lesley Carvalho have been playing matchmaker - setting up women with the perfect oh-so-chic top... More
  • Chatham Pottery

    Chatham Pottery sells heavy ceramic pieces emblazoned with mermaids, shells, and other maritime motifs. More
  • Chatham Squire

    If you’re in the mood for a pint and live music, head to this gritty nightspot, decorated with license plates from around the world. Local bands pe... More
  • Christian Science Center

    On the southern fringe of Boston's Back Bay resides one of the city’s most beautiful open spaces. A tranquil, 700-foot-long reflecting pool stretch... More
  • Christina's

    Easily recognizable by its lavender-colored façade, Christina’s is a popular spot for homemade ice cream. Located in Inman Square between Harvard a... More
  • Club Passim

    Located in Harvard Square, this 125-seat performance venue has been hosting some of the best live folk and acoustic musicians since 1958. Back in t... More

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