Kennedy Legacy Walking Trail 397 Main St, Hyannis, MA02601 Kennedy Legacy Walking Trail is a self-guided walking tour trail based at the JFK Hyannis Museum. The trail…More was inaugurated in honor of the Kennedy dynasty and its legacy. The trail's tour is about an hour and a half, offering a free trolley return service for summer peak hours.
A microbrewery, Cape Cod Beer started out in April 2004, brewing at the old Hyport Brewing Company at the west end of…More Main Street and moved to its current space in January 2006. It offers several year-round beers - a pale ale, an IPA, a golden ale - and several seasonal ones - a hefeweizen, a German ale, a brown porter, a dark wheat beer and winter and holiday ales. The brewery offers tours (all ages are welcome but must be 21 or older to sample beers), and there is a gift shop beer related items and "other fun stuff."
You can check out the Web site to get more information on tours, tastings and Cape Cod beers.
Cape Cod Chapter National Railway Historical Society 2469 Meetinghouse Way, West Barnstable, MA02668 Set in an historic old railroad depot, the National Historic Railroad Society of Cape Cod is a non-profit…More organization dedicated the preservation of, and education about, the "golden era" of railroading in America. The depot is open for tours on Saturdays.
CruiseOne Specialist 116 Sandy Valley Rd, Marstons Mills, MA02648 Since 1992, Nancy Toolin has owned and operated her franchise of CruiseOne out of her home in Marstons Mills.…More Featuring more than 25 cruise lines including Carnival, Disney and Royal Caribbean, CruiseONe is the top cruising company nationwide. Simply choose your destination and Toolin can send you cruising to select locations worldwide. Toolin also is experienced in land tours with air and rental services included.
Cape Cod Central Railroad 252 Main St, Hyannis, MA02601 The Cape Cod Central Railroad is an attraction for both locals and tourists. The train leaves from Hyannis, heads toward…More West Barnstable then to Sandwich, the Cape Cod Canal, and turns around at Buzzards Bay. On the tour, you see cranberry bogs, sand dunes and the historic villages of Cape Cod. The train also hosts, dinner, lunch, brunch and other themed events throughout the year.