Take a look at GAYOT's selection of the best attractions to be found in Cape Cod, Massachusetts.
A one-stop-shop for all of your herb and spice needs.
View salt water taffy pulling and purchase chocolates and taffies in a variety of flavors.
A unique venue entertaining audiences during the summer months.
Many stars have graced this playhouse's stage.
Artworks here are crafted by a small group of dedicated members of the gallery.
A venue nurturing the talent of young artists.
Once you hit Provincetown, park your car in one of the many lots just off Commercial Street, Provincetown's main drag.
A working, 17th-century grist mill, open for tours in summer.
Celebrating the life of JFK and his family's influence on the Cape, the museum offers permanent and revolving exhibits.
Get the lay of the land from the harbor view and visit significant sites in the area.
The heart of Provincetown, the wharf bustles with fishermen and ferry-loads of visitors from Boston.
The unique craftsmanship and high-quality of woodcarvings here is not to be overlooked.
The Pilgrims first landed in this spot and the area is filled with archaeological sites.
A pillar that commemorates the landing of the Pilgrims in 1620.
A stunning seascape and part of the National Seashore, Race Point offers glimpses of native wildlife in a protected setting.