Section in Dennis Port, Massachusetts
Do & See
The beaches of the Cape Cod region have been touted as some of the best you can find anywhere in the world. Dennis Port's beaches are located on Nantucket Sound, where the warm ocean waters call to swimmers, boaters, and surfers alike. It is also an area that has been known for its artistic community throughout history. In addition to small art galleries interspersed throughout the Cape, visitors will find exhibits and theatrical offerings in Dennis at the Cape Cod Center for the Arts, which houses the Cape Cod Museum of Art, Cape Cinema and the historic Cape Playhouse.
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Jericho Historical Center

Jericho Historical Center

Located in old town of West Dennis, Jericho Historical Center features historical buildings that served as home to the early inhabitants of the town. Captain Theophilus Baker’s house, built in 1801 and occupied by the Baker family in 1855, exhibits original furnishings, textiles, paintings and keepsakes, while Barn Museum offers insight into typical 19th century farm ambiance. Don't miss the cranberry exhibit, which displays the the 200-year-old story of this industry and the important role it played for Dennis since 1816.
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Indian Lands Conservation Area

Indian Lands Conservation Area

Behind town Office, A coastal area of 25 acres of woodland and marshes hides a unique environment: every year during the winter months, the shores of Bass River are the typical destination of Nobscusset Indians, a native american community who continues to reside in this natural pearl since 1778. When winter comes, these people come along and built their wigwams along the shores of Bass River, where they use to relax until Spring arrives and brings Lady Slipper Orchid to the river´s meadows.
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