We enjoyed walking the streets of this small town and looking at the attractive houses and buildings.
We parked right in the center of town, and made a whole afternoon of it, walking (with three school-aged kids) - picked up buckeyes from a large tree there; stopped for a bathroom break at the Daniel Webster Inn; stopped for snacks/drinks at the Brown Jug; visited the glass museum. This was all within a 3-4 block radius and worked... More
Sandwich is one of the first towns on the Cape from the you can drive take a leisurely drive any location on the Cape. Don't miss the Sandwich factory and Happy Hour at the Daniel Webster Inn. Definitely stay at the 1830 Quince Tree House.
you can walk around and enjoy the pretty houses, see the gardens and historic buildings. There's also interesting shopping.
Been on the cape before but not found this gem. Very pretty village with so much history to get involved in. Glass museum is very interesting but you do wonder why a glass factory would be a success when they had to bring in all the raw materiels from such a distance. Dunbars for tea and scones is a must.
Sandwich village is a step back in time. High Tea at Dunbar's, walk the town beach, visit the Sandwich Glass Museum and the Old Grist Mill, stroll by pretty shops. Many B&Bs (Isaiah Jones Homestead being the best) and picturesque homes line the streets. It's all about the charm.
Beautiful village, and some fun shops, especially like going to the church thrift shop 2 Jarves Street...always seem to find just the right thing, I didn't know I needed. Books, glassware, some clothes. Volunteer staff very helpful. Then, down the road, a must stop Twin Acres Ice Cream (on 6A), very nicely manicured and good outside seating.
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