Cape Cod Canal

First opened on July 29th, 1914. It connects Cape Cod Bay in the north to Buzzards Bay in the south. The walkway along the canal is perfect for biking, roller skating, walking or running. if you prefer to enjoy the water go on a Canal Cruise or head out fishing! 




Sandy Neck Beach 

Conservation area including Bodfish Public Beach & trails through maritime dunes, forests & of the most popular beaches on cape cod! make sure to pack your beach balls, frisbees, and sunscreen!




Bourne / Railroad Bridge

Opened on June 22, 1935. It carries Route 28 across the Cape Cod Canal, connecting Cape Cod with the rest of MASSACHUSETTS. It won the American Institute of Steel Construction's Class "A" Award of Merit as the "Most Beautiful Steel Bridge" in 1934




Heritage Museum and Gardens

Heritage Museums & Gardens is comprised of three galleries and expansive gardens located in historic Sandwich, Massachusetts. It includes galleries for American Folk Art, a vintage carousel, automobiles and traveling exhibitions.




Massachusetts National Cemetery

a U.S. National Cemetery located in Bourne, Massachusetts, in Barnstable County on Cape Cod, approximately 65 miles (105 km) southeast of Boston, Massachusetts and adjacent to the Otis Air National Guard Base.




Wing's Neck Lighthouse

located in historic Pocasset. this lighthouse is a great place to enjoy the water and take pictures during the sunset.




Butterflies of Cape Cod

Butterflies of Cape Cod is a native butterfly habitat in Bourne, Massachusetts. dedicated to educating their guests about butterfly conservation, creating pollinator-friendly gardens, and the critical role butterflies, and all pollinators, they have in their environment.



Aptucxet Trading Post Museum

Aptucxet Trading Post may have the earliest remains of a Pilgrim building. The known facts present a fascinating story, not only of an antique building but also of Bourne’s participation in 17th-century events.