Falmouth is one of Cape Cod’s most gracious villages. In addition to all the marine and aquatic activities one would expect in an
oceanside community at the edge of Nantucket Sound, Falmouth is filled with art, culture, sports, history, food, nightlife and
family fun. The town is also an ideal jumping off point for easy day trips to Hyannis, Plymouth, Provincetown,
Boston and Newport, RI.


Come check out any of the 9 beautiful beaches to visit on the shores of Falmouth

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Golfers, in particular, can enjoy one of the 75 courses on Cape Cod and golf is often played deep in to the winter months, thanks to the historically lighter snowfall on Cape Cod. That said, the Cape is still New England, even in winter, so it takes a more adventurous and hearty golfer to attack the links in December!

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Nobska Light

Nobska Light, originally called Nobsque Light, also known as Nobska Point Light is a lighthouse located at the division between Buzzards Bay and Vineyard Sound in Woods Hole, Massachusetts on the southwestern tip of Cape Cod, Massachusetts.

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In England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland and across Europe, the pub or “local” is the center of town life. A place to enjoy a pint with friends, relax with family, share news and be entertained. At The British Beer Company, we enjoy that same pub experience here in New England. Our staff will make you feel right at home, while our menu offers American Favorites and British Classics. Feeling parched? Have a pint from our extensive local and international beer list. See you at the pub!

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Shining Sea Bikeway

The Shining Sea Bikeway is a rail trail on Cape Cod in Falmouth, Massachusetts, United States. The path runs for 10.7 miles from the Steamship Authority ferry terminal in Woods Hole to North Falmouth.

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Island Queen Ferry

Ferry trips to Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard

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Cape Cod Winery

Less than three miles from the ocean, Cape Cod Winery is located on Oxbow Road in the neighborhood of East Falmouth.

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Woods Hole Science Aquarium

The Woods Hole Science Aquarium is a small public aquarium in Woods Hole, Massachusetts, United States. It is owned by the US government and operated by the National Marine Fisheries Service and the Marine Biological Laboratory.  Home to approximately 140 species of marine animals found in Northeast and Mid-Atlantic U.S. waters.

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Woods Hole Historical Museum

The Woods Hole Historical Museum is dedicated to the collection, preservation and celebration of the area’s unique and colorful past and present, beginning with its farming and fishing roots and wending through centuries of adventurous maritime enterprise, world-renowned scientific exploration and achievement, and the parallel history of summertime recreation that has transformed Cape Cod.

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