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Cape Cod Day Trip From Boston

Cape Cod Day Trip From Boston

Cape Cod Day Trip From Boston
Cape Cod Day Trip From Boston by Massachusetts Office of Travel & Tourism
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Explore Cape Cod on this day trip from Boston. Enjoy travel by motorcoach to the John F. Kennedy Memorial, beaches, a harbor cruise and more!

9 Hours
  • Mobile & printed vouchers accepted
  • Free Cancellation


  • Travel across Cape Cod Canal
  • Ride the "King's Highway" through the oldest town on the Cape, Sandwich, MA
  • Enjoy free time for shopping and visiting sites on your own.
  • Harbor Cruise of Lewis Bay, Hyannis, MA
  • Discover authentic pirate treasure at the Whydah Pirate Museum
  • 10% off in the Gift Shop and purchase book signed by the archeaologist who discovered the sunken ship.
  • Visit to the beach to collect souvenir shells

Added Safety Measures in Place


  • Hotel Pick-up
  • Boat Cruise Admission
  • Admission to the Whydah Pirate Museum (Gift Shop discounts)

  • Lunch
  • Optional gratuities

Please Note

  • Child rates apply to children ages 3 to 11 and children under 3 are free provided they don´t occupy a seat. Children must be accompanied by at least one adult. If your child will occupy a seat, please purchase a child ticket.

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Cape Cod Day Trip From Boston

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Don't miss this opportunity ride across the Cape Cod Canal and travel down the "King's Highway" through scenic Sandwich, MA, the oldest town on the Cape. Established in 1637, it is bursting with New England charm and rich in history, and gorgeous Cape Cod views. In Hyannis, board the cruise boat for a 45 minute tour of Lewis Bay to learn about local area landmarks, including the family compound of the Kennedys, with fascinating commentary. Enjoy the fresh air and build up your appetite for a local seafood lunch Get some hands-on time with 300 year old authentic pirate treasure and artifacts recovered from the site of the shipwreck of the "Whydah Galley". This one of a kind museum brings the story of Black Sam Bellamy, captain of the Whydah, to life. His ship and the pillage of 50 other ships sank in 1717 and was recently discovered in shallow waters off Cape Cod buried under 30 feet of sand and documented by National Geographic and the Discovery Channel. Climb aboard a replica of the ship; visit the lab and meet and interact with the archaeologists and divers as they work to unearth historical artifacts from the "concretions" that encase the yet-to-be viewed treasure. A short visit to the beach to collect some souvenir shells completes your cape experience!
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Joan Pagliuca
Sep 05 2019
Timing was great the boat cruise was good the restaurant had great choices the pirate museum very interesting and the glassblowing was good in sandwich
a Gray Line customer
Aug 06 2019
The best parts were the drive to see the cape cod homes and the stop for lunch at the seafood restaurant.
a Gray Line customer
Aug 30 2018
Fantastic tour, great guides, and lots of fun.
a Gray Line customer
Jul 07 2018
No problems here. Staff were helpful and email purchasing was good.
Jun 27 2018
Good 1 day cape cod insight and great driver/tour guide
Mr Ian Bewers
Aug 10 2017
Well organised trip which ran like clockwork. Driver was very informative too.
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