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Things to do in Massachusetts

  • Sandy Neck Beach

    The six-mile-long, dune-capped Sandy Neck Beach, in West Barnstable and Sandwich, is populated by more piping plovers than people. More
  • Scargo Pottery and Art Gallery

    You can visit even when the shop isn’t open to wander through a peaceful sculpture garden. More
  • Schoolhouse Gallery

    Set in a former 1844 schoolhouse, the galery focuses on photography-but also exhibits prints and paintings by area artists, as well as modern furni... More
  • Seaman Schepps

    Though it’s been around since 1904 and has its flagship store elsewhere (specifically, on New York City’s Park Avenue), this opulent jewelry shop’s... More
  • Shake the Tree

    With an ever-changing inventory of tops, scarves, handmade jewelry, vases, candles, cookbooks, and Italian leather handbags, Shake the Tree has cus... More
  • Shining Sea Bike Path

    The four-mile Shining Sea Bike Path, from Falmouth to Woods Hole, follows the ocean and runs through woodlands, marshes, and salt ponds. More
  • Six Flags New England

    Spend a day on the 60-plus rides. Check the website for frequent discounts. More
  • Smith College Museum of Art

    A large majority of the artworks here are gifts of alumnae - many of whom started donating their prized posessions in the early 1900's. The buildin... More
  • South Wellfleet General Store

    Those who are fans of nostalgia and good deli food should make a stop at this general store on Route 6 near Lecount Hollow Road and the Cape Cod Na... More
  • Spa by the Sea at the Wauwinet

    Tucked in between the ocean and the harbor, the Hotel Wauwinet is home to this three-room spa. Hotel guests have exclusive access to spa services, ... More
  • Spectacle Island Visitor Center

    Once a landfill, Spectacle Island is now a beautiful 105-acre outdoor destination where visitors can enjoy everything from hiking to swimming. Just... More
  • Spectacle Pond

    This unvisited secret spring was left over from the Ice Age and is hidden deep in the Wellfleet and Truro woods. The water is exquisitely clear and... More
  • Spohr Gardens

    One of the hidden gems of Cape Cod is Falmouth’s Spohr Gardens, laid out in the 1950’s by Margaret and Charles D. Spohr and now owned by a charitab... More
  • Springfield Museums

    Spend an afternoon wandering the gleaming corridors of these four museums dedicated to science, history, and art. Admission is just $12.50. More
  • Stir

    With the help of their team of industry experts, chef Barbara Lynch and wine director Cat Silirie run this demonstration kitchen with the goal of o... More

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