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Saturday, July 14, 2012

50 Reasons to Stay in Sandwich


Whether you are planning a holiday or a quick get-away to Cape Cod, Sandwich Village is the ideal location for a visit. After all, Cape Cod begins here. Aside from the fact that this is the oldest and quaintest of the Cape’s villages and the most historic, Sandwich has it all. There are so many interesting places to visit and amazing things to do and to see when you come stay at our Cape Cod bed and breakfast. Here are 50 of them.


1- Bike the Cape Cod Canal bike path,
2- Visit our newly restored Town Hall, one of the first built after the separation of church and state,
3- Ride the carousel at Heritage Museums & Gardens,
4- Play mini golf at one of the Cape’s oldest and most charming mini golf courses,
5- Stop by Titcomb’s Book Shop and browse through the new and used books,
6- Check out the 1903 jam kitchen at the Green Briar Nature Center,
7- Sit on the patio at the Brown Jug and have a cool pitcher of their delicious Sangria,
8- Go to Town Neck Beach and search for sea glass,
9- Watch glass being blown at the Sandwich Glass Museum and learn about the history of Sandwich,
10-Explore the Olde Town Cemetery with stones dating back to the 1600s,
11-Visit the swans in their natural habitat on Shawme Pond,
12-Go for a long beach walk at Sandy Neck Beach,
13- Visit the Sandwich Boardwalk, voted one of 10 most beautiful in the world by National Geographic,
14- Jump off the boardwalk at high tide,
15- Kayak along the river
16- Visit the Cape Cod Canal Visitors Center & Museum and explore the many exhibits,
17- Stop by the 1600s Dexter Grist Mill and watch how corn was ground by the early settlers,
17- Visit the Hoxie House, the oldest on the Cape (Circa 1640) and experience life in the 17th-century,
18-Peruse the Norman Rockwell: Beyond the Easel exhibit at Heritage Museums & Gardens
     (Summer  2012),
19- While at Heritage, visit the tree house at Hidden Hollow,
20- Try the Queen’s Tea at the Dunbar Tea Shop (one of the top 10 in the country),
21- Play golf,
22- Visit the Pairpoint Glass studio to watch glass blowing,
23-Kayak Scorton Creek,
24- Visit East Sandwich Beach for a beach walk or to work on your tan,
25- Go in search of all the Whimsical Garden Gates at Heritage M&G,
26- Take a guided walking tour of Sandwich Village on Wednesdays in July & August and on
       Saturdays in September,
27- Rent a stand-up-paddle board and give it a go,
28- Go hiking in Briar Patch at the Green Briar Nature Center,
29- Go hiking, or canoeing at the East Sandwich Game Farm,
30- Visit the Fish Hatchery,
31- Have an ice cream at Twin Acres or Ice Cream Sandwich,
32- Hike Talbots Point and find the fresh water spring,
33- Visit Maple Swamp for the most dramatic topography on Cape
       Cod,
34- Visit Muckwood for an unparalleled panorama of salt marsh, bog,
       and barrier beach,
35- Canoe, kayak, or Stand-Up-Paddle along Mill Creek and the beautiful marshes near the Boardwalk,
36- Play tennis,
37- Sit by the Cape Cod Canal with a good book and watch the boats go by,
38- Go for a swim in the fresh water of Wakeby Lake or Snake Pond,
39- Kayak or canoe along the shores of Shawme Pond,
40- Take a walk up beautiful Grove Street, one of the most picturesque in Sandwich,
41-Watch the sun set over the Cape Cod Canal,
42- Waterfront dining on the Sandwich Marina at the Aqua Grille and on Cape Cod Bay at Hemisphere,
43- Dine in a restored church, the most unique restaurant on Cape Cod,
44- Fish off the rocks at the Cape Cod Canal but be sure to get your permit,
45- Visit Sweet Caroline’s for an oh so good, so good, so good  tasty treat,
46- Chew and the Brush: Visit Café Chew and then step next door to Brush gallery,
47- Explore historic Town Hall Square and the Sandwich Heritage Trail,
49- Have a refreshing drink of water at our artesian well,
50- And, of course, stay at a fabulous bed and breakfast. We hope you will choose ours.

Jan Preus, the Innkeeper, chef, and artist in residence at the 1750 Inn at Sandwich Center, Sandwich, Cape Cod, Massachusetts

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