Your stay on Cape Cod will be filled with fun, beauty and adventure. We've put together
this list of fantastic things to see and do here to help you make the most of your Cape
Visit our our Lighthouses
www.Cape Cod Lighthouses
Visit Nauset Light, Eastham
Before this lighthouse was moved from Chatham, three towers, the Three Sisters, served the
area. They are on display a hundred yards from the present light. Follow Rt 6 to Eastham.
Take Nauset Rd, next to the Salt Pond Visitor Center, then Ocean View Dr. to Nauset Light
Highland Light & Historical Museum
In 1797 George Washington ordered the construction of the Cape's first lighthouse to warn
sailors of the area known as the "Graveyard of Ships." The current beacon, with over 620,000
candlepower, is the most powerful light in New England; ships from 30 miles away can
identify this landmark. In July 1996, the lighthouse, then only 100'away from an
ever-eroding cliff, was moved west 450-feet to its current location. Take Route 6 to Truro.
Follow signs to Highland Light off Highland Rd.
View a variety of displays about the town's history, housed in the old Highland House,
once a fashionable summer hotel. 508-487-3397
Race Point, Provincetown
For centuries before our canal was built, this 40' beacon (1816) helped guide ships around
the tricky shoals. From Herring Cove Beach, the light is about a mile hike north across the
Wood End Light & Long Point Light, Provincetown
Wood End light, built in 1872, is an exact replica of Long Point Light, erected in 1822. You
can see the latter from MacMillan Wharf and the former at the end of Commercial St. Wood End
is about a half mile walk across the breakwater. Long Point Light is an hour's trek beyond.
Dolphin Whale Watch
The Big Fisherman offers $3.00 off each adult ticket. Come to the office to make your
reservation. Book mark our site!
Tastings & Sales 12-5 Daily
Route 6A & Shore Road 508-487-6200. Cape Cod's Premier Vineyard.
Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum
High Pole Road. 508-487-1310. 252 foot monument, the tallest granite monument in the US.
Commemmorates the Pilgrims 1620 landing. President Theodore Roosevelt laid the cornerstone
in 1907. 116 stairs, 60 ramps. Modeled after the Torre del Mangia in Siena, Italy. On a good
day can see 30 miles to Boston. Museum features salvage from the Pirate ship Whydah, which
sank off Marconi Beach in 1717. Treasure recovered in 1985. Tributes to Pilgrims, whaling
captains, shipwrecks, etc.
Wellfleet Drive-In and Wellfleet Cinemas
Route 6, at the Eastham Wellfleet town line. 508-349-7176.
Take the Shuttle to Provincetown
No need to drive to Provincetown & find parking, The Big Fisherman is located on the route
to downtown Provincetown & beaches. Flex, local bus to Provincetown, Just flag the bus out
in front of the Big Fisherman and they will drop you in the center of Provincetown.
Art and Entertainment
Flyers Boat Rentals
Jacks Boat Rentals
Viking Princess Harbor Cruises
Sunset cruises, harbor sightseeing tours, special events, pirate fun and critter cruises,
sailing daily from MacMillan Wharf, Provincetown. Make a memory!
Highland Links Golf Course
Cape Cod Melody Tent
Visit Cape Cod Potato Chips
Bay Lady II Schooner
Payomet Performing Arts Center
Art's Dune Tours