The Pilgrim Monument was built in 1910 and is 252 feet tall. It was built to recognize the first landing of the Pilgrims that took place in Provincetown in 1620.
Categories: Historical Museums
1 High Pole Rd., Provincetown ~
Highland Light is the oldest lighthouse on the Cape, built in 1797 in an effort to reduce the large number of shipwrecks. It was the first lighthouse in the nation to include a flashing light.
27 Highland Light Rd., Truro ~
The Old Mill on Nantucket is open to tours, providing the opportunity to see the inner workings of a windmill. The 280-year-old windmill is sure to fascinate both kids and adults.
50 Prospect St., Nantucket ~
The Martha's Vineyard Museum campus accommodates both the Island's largest museum and the only research library dedicated to the history of the Vineyard. The objects collections of the MVM, donated or purchased over the past 80 years, includes over 30,000 items relating to all aspects of life on Martha’s Vineyard. The Martha's Vineyard Museum... show more
The Martha's Vineyard Museum campus accommodates both the Island's largest museum and the only research library dedicated to the history of the Vineyard. The objects collections of the MVM, donated or purchased over the past 80 years, includes over 30,000 items relating to all aspects of life on Martha’s Vineyard. The Martha's Vineyard Museum is steward of three of the Island's lighthouses. The Gay Head, East Chop, and Edgartown lighthouses are not historic remnants of a bygone age, but are working beacons that still send a light out into the night. The Edgartown and Gay Head Lighthouses have seasonal hours open to the public (see website for specific dates and times) and the East Chop Lighthouse is open for sunset on Sundays in-season.
59 School Street, Edgartown ~
The Cape Cod National Seashore encompasses 43,607 acres of protected beaches, bogs, marshlands, and ponds. A truly pristine, beautiful, and special area of Cape Cod.
50 Doane Rd, Eastham ~
Plymouth Rock at The Pilgrim Memorial is on the shore of Plymouth Harbor and is believed to be the boulder near which the Pilgrims landed.
Water St., Plymouth ~
The Museum features a variety of memorabilia relating to the life and times of Thornton Burgess - the famed children's author, naturalist and native son of Sandwich.
4 Water Street, Sandwich ~
Although the towers are no longer standing, it was at this site in 1903 that the first transatlantic wireless communication took place.
Marconi Station Rd, Wellfleet ~
The Highland House Museum occupies one of Truro's best known landmarks, the 1907 Highland House Hotel. Exhibits provide fascinating insight into the lives of the people of Truro dating back to early European settlers and the Native Americans that preceded them.
Highland Light Road, North Truro ~
The JFK Memorial Park was built to commemorate the 35th president, who spent summers in Hyannisport. The park is home to beautiful gardens and sweeping views of Lewis Bay.
Ocean St., Hyannis ~
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