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Cape Cod Canal
60 Ed Moffitt Drive, Sandwich Marina
Great for all ages! Explore the Cape
Cod Canal’s rich history, fascinating
features and vigilant operations
through interactive exhibits, activities
and Park Ranger led programs. Board a retired 40-foot patrol boat. Scan live radar and
camera monitors to locate vessels in the waterway. Investigate what’s inside ships that transit
the canal. View films about the canal in the small theater. Discover wildlife that live in
or around the canal. Observe the bustling activity in an interpretive pollinator garden.
Participate in free interpretive programs like guided hikes, story time, Junior Ranger and
more. Or ... just relax and soak in the waterfront views from the front deck. US Army Corps
of Engineers Park Rangers staff the Center and provide information about the canal and its
recreational opportunities. A small bookstore is also offered.
Hours of Operation: Closed for the 2021 season.
Call or visit our website for hike & program schedules: capecodcanal.us
of American Art
4676 Falmouth Rd, Cotuit
(Corner of Rte 130 and Rte 28)
photo : dan cutrona
As one of the region’s most innovative
art museums, the Cahoon Museum of American Art is a fun and inspiring place to visit. The
Museum presents contemporary art exhibitions in a spacious modern gallery, as well as in the
historic 1782 Crocker homestead which serves as its home. Visitors of all ages are welcome
to learn about art and art history, to enjoy family-friendly events and participate in creative
programming. The 2021 season presents seven changing exhibitions including Scott Prior:
Illuminations, Ethan Murrow: The Greenhouse, and Brenda Kingery: Weaving Messages.
The museum has an extensive gift shop and offers docent tours. Programs include artist
receptions, open houses, special events for children and families, lectures, demonstrations, and
art classes. Information on all the Museum’s activities is available at cahoonmuseum.org.
The Museum serves as a unique one-stop opportunity to engage with regional art and culture.
Hours of Operation:
March 18 - June 5: Thurs-Sat, 10am-4pm,
June 9 - Dec 19: Wed-Sun, 10am-4pm
Admission: Adults $10.00, Seniors & Students $8.00
Museum Members, NARM Members, Children under 12, Free