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Mashpee

Cape Cod Children’s Museum

The Cape Cod Children’s Museum offers a variety of fun things to do every day.  Throughout the month, we offer programs designed to exercise and stimulate; to challenge and excite… to invite you and your child to discover the joy of learning through play.  Free with admission or membership! 

Lowell Holly

After visiting the sandy shoreline along Lowell Holly's two freshwater ponds, you’ll appreciate why the area was once called Conaumet, from the Wampanoag word “Kuwunut,” meaning “beach.” Carriage roads follow the shoreline of Mashpee and Wakeby Ponds and pass through the peninsula’s beech woodlands. The shallow, sandy shores of both ponds provide an opportunity for cooling off when the weather is hot. Both ponds are stocked with fish. The narrowest portion of Conaumet Neck provides a spacious picnic site with tables that offer soothing views of the water.

Mashpee Wampanoag Tribal Museum

Through the door of the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribal Museum the history and culture of the Wampanoag from the Stone Age to the present is carefully detailed through a range of exhibits. First established under the guidance of the Mashpee Historical Commission, the Museum is the only one in existence devoted exclusively to Wampanoag history.

The Museum is the geographic core of the Mashpee Wampanoag people. Eighty-five percent of Wampanoag people live within 20 miles of the Museum.

Old Indian Meeting House

The Old Indian Meeting House is the oldest Native American Christian Church in the United States, as well as one of the oldest churches in America still in use.  Constructed for the use of the Wampanoag tribe in the 17th century, it was not only the first center of Native American Christianity. Finally, it is also one of the oldest and most historic buildings on Cape Cod, and one of the most popular sites of interest there.

Wampanoag Annual Powwow

The Powwow is a traditional celebration of Mashpee Wampanoag culture featuring Native American dancing, drumming, games, food, art, jewelry, wampum, gifts, crafts and clothing. The event is held every July at the Barnstable County Fairgrounds.

Mashpee River Reservation

Pristine shoreline, natural spawning areas, and excellent water quality make the Mashpee River one of Massachusetts' finest sources of rare, sea-run brook trout. There are two miles of trails through the reservation plus additional trails on property of other conservation organizations and state and local governments.

Stop for a mouth-watering pizza at Dino’s Sports Bar where there’s a separate room for families.

Mashpee Commons

Mashpee Commons Mashpee Commons is located in Mashpee. It is an open air shopping center that is built in the style of New England town centers.

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Alexander Hamilton House

9 Horseshoe Bend Way, Mashpee, MA 02649

Phone:(508) 419-1584

9 Horseshoe Bend Way, Mashpee, MA 02649

Santuit Inn

6 Falmouth Road ( Route 28 ), Mashpee, MA 02649

Phone:(508) 428-6433

6 Falmouth Road ( Route 28 ), Mashpee, MA 02649

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