Top Things to Do and Eat in Cape Cod

Explore one of New England’s premier beach destinations! From shucking oysters and fresh lobster, to pristine beaches and rich history, there’s so much to see and do in Cape Cod, Massachusetts!

Mac’s Shack

Location: 91 Commercial St, Wellfleet, MA 02667

Mac’s shack has become a landmark for the Outer Cape area and is known for its “Lobsterman” on its roof. From fresh oysters and sushi to delicious fish tacos and burritos, Mac’s Shack is the place to go for the seasons local harvest. You can take a seat and eat at this 19th century nautical shop location, or grab your food to-go at the takeout window to devour at a picnic table near the shore.

Cape Playhouse

Location: 820 MA-6A, Dennis, MA 02638

For theater lovers and history buffs, you’ll love visiting The Cape Playhouse. With more than 90 seasons, it is the country’s oldest professional summer theater. This quaint theater still has its original pews and is rich in history. Famous actors like Gregory Peck, Humphrey Bogart, and Bette Davis have all performed here.

Cape Cod National Seashore

Location: 99 Marconi Site Road, Wellfleet, MA 02667

The Cape Cod National Seashore is a national park packed with picturesque beaches, salt marshes, forests, and nature trails. This forty-mile stretch of seashore was made into a national park in the 1960’s thanks to President John F. Kennedy.

Raw Bar

Location: 259 Shore Dr, Mashpee, MA 02649

Located at Hyannis near the ferry terminal, you’ll love everything The Raw Bar has to offer! Voted for having the number one lobster roll in New England, and is also known for having a lobster roll large enough to feed two people. The menu consists of all your New England favorites, like Clam Chowder, oysters, and clams. This sea food restaurant will become a fast favorite when you visit the Cape!

Pilgrim Monument

Location: 1 High Pole Hill Rd, Provincetown, MA 02657

The Pilgrim Monument towers over the quaint city of Provincetown, and is a must-see for history buffs. Modeled after Torre del Mangia in Siena, Italy, it stands at 252 feet tall and is the tallest granite structure in the United States. The stunning monument was commissioned in 1907 by Theodore Roosevelt and commemorates the site of the Mayflower Pilgrims first landing in the New World. Visitors can even climb up to the top!

John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum

Location: 397 Main St, Hyannis, MA 02601

If you’re a history buff you’ll love visiting this museum! Hyannis was the summer home for the Kennedy family for many generations, and where JFK spent many summers as he grew up. The home is now filled with beautiful exhibits and a theme that changes annually.

Brewster Fish House

Location: 2208 Main St, Brewster, MA 02631

This is a hot spot for seafood lovers! The Brewster Fish House was voted “Best Seafood Restaurant” on the Cape by Cape Cod Life Magazine in 2018. Known for its naturally sweet lobster bisque and contemporary menu, you won’t be disappointed with this Cape Cod favorite.

Cape Cod Lavender Farm

Location: Weston Woods Rd, Harwich, MA 02645

Explore one the largest lavender farms on the East Coast. Farmers harvest over 7,000 plants across 12 acres. Peak color and bloom occur between mid-June to mid-July, making this time perfect for summer photo opportunities.

Are you ready to vacation in the quaint, beautiful city of Cape Cod? Get away to Southcape Resort & Club to be close to all these great Cape Cod activities. Book your vacation online or call a Vacation Specialist at (866) 325-6295.