Cape Cod Museum of Natural History
GOOD FOR: All Ages
RATING: (1)


Source:Submitted by jptreiber
Address:869 Main Street, Brewster, MA (Route 6A)
Hours:9:30 a.m to 4:30 p.m every day
Fee: Adults - $10; Children - $5.00
Contact:

Www.ccmnh.org

Bathrooms: Yes
Water/Snacks: Yes, at gift shop

This place has everything a family would want to understand and enjoy the beauty, history and nature of the Cape.

This place has everything a family would want to understand and enjoy the beauty, history and nature of the Cape. There is a walking trail north to a beautiful beach on Cape Cod Bay,and south to a marsh and herring run. They have an air conditioned building with a full floor of aquariums, and another floor with Wampanoag culture, archaeology, a new whale exhibit, a library, and a birdcarver's studio. There are kids programs every day, and a nature based day camp for kids and young adults.

Plan B:

Perfect spot for a rainy day with its large building and exhibits.

Where to Eat Nearby:

Up and down the street are several great places.



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By: jptreiber
Posted: 07/12/2012 17:12
Rating:

Great programs, facilities, and staff at an incredibly cheap price.  KidSummer day camp is fun and educational.  The best place to get a sense of wonder about the Cape!

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