Alliance to Protect Nantucket Sound 4 Barnstable Rd, Hyannis, MA02601 Alliance to Protect Nantucket Sound is an advocacy group with a primary focus on keeping a The Cape Wind plant, a wind…More turbine field, from being implemented in Nantucket Sound.
Hyannis Veteran's Community Based Outpatient Clinic 233 Stevens St, Hyannis, MA02601 The community based outpatient clinic provides primary health care to vets living on Cape Cod, Martha's…More Vineyard and Nantucket. The newly renovated facility is part of Providence's system and also provides vets easy access to speciality clinics in Rhode Island.
Spanky's Clam Shack 138 Ocean St, Hyannis, MA02601 Spanky's Clam Shack, which is family-owned, offers fantastic views of Hyannis Harbor as well as the Hy-Line Harbor…More cruise ships to Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard. It is well-known for its seafood, and is a local favorite.
The Dockside 110 School St, Hyannis, MA02601 The Dockside, with it's panoramic views of Hyannis Harbor, is the perfect place to enjoy breakfast, lunch, or…More dinner. Specializing in ribs and lobster, all food is made to order. Located next to The Steamship Authority, it's a great choice to eat before the ferry leaves for Nantucket or Martha's Vineyard, or to enjoy the sunset with dinner on the outdoor deck. Plenty of free parking and it is handicapped accessible. It is now closed for the season, The Dockside will re-open in the spring of 2011.
The Barnstable Municipal Airport has come a long way since its first flight landed on a grassy field in 1928. Since…More then, the 623 acre airport located in Hyannis has grown to house Cape Air/Nantucket Airline and Island Airlines, in addition to private and charter aircraft including Rectrix Aerodrome Centers, Inc., Griffin Aviation and Cape & Islands Air Freight.
The US TSA has an office here and officers on duty to secure passengers en route to Logan Airport in Boston. In addition to TSA officers, there are also police officers who staff the terminal.
The airport is also home to rental car services, a soon-to-open Mad Platter Restaurant and the Michele Kennedy art gallery.
In May 2012, officials dedicated a new passenger terminal, air traffic control tower and access road, elements of a $40 million improvement program.