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Ranked #1 of 9 attractions in Hyannis
Category: Performances; Theaters & Stadiums
Owner description: One of the oldest continuously-operating tent theaters-in-the-round in the US, along with our sister venue the South Shore... more » Owner description: One of the oldest continuously-operating tent theaters-in-the-round in the US, along with our sister venue the South Shore Music Circus in Cohasset. A 2,300-seat summer, open-air theatre that hosts national artists and comedians on a revolving stage. No seat is more than 50 feet from the stage! « less
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Ranked #2 of 9 attractions in Hyannis
Category: Monuments/ Statues; Landmarks
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Category: Neighborhoods; Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Cultural
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Ranked #4 of 9 attractions in Hyannis
Category: Beaches; Outdoors
Its convenient location makes Kalmus one of the Hyannis area's most popular beaches.
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Category: Museums
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Ranked #6 of 9 attractions in Hyannis
Category: Religious Sites; Cultural
Summer church of the Kennedy's
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Ranked #7 of 9 attractions in Hyannis
Category: Parks; Outdoors
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Ranked #8 of 9 attractions in Hyannis
Category: History Museums; Museums
Owner description: This museum boasts a multi-media exhibit highlighting the at-ease times former President John F. Kennedy spent with family... more » Owner description: This museum boasts a multi-media exhibit highlighting the at-ease times former President John F. Kennedy spent with family and friends on Cape Cod. On May 29th, the 2013 Special exhibit opened, “Cape Cod: The Summer of 1963 to November 22, 1963 - Days of joy. Days of sorrow,” a look back at the President’s final months on his beloved Cape Cod. Through photos, videos, wall displays, and news clips, museum visitors will have a chance to reflect on the final days of Camelot, through a Cape Cod lens.“From the joyful 1963 summer memories of the President and his family, to the palpable fog of grief that settled over Cape Cod after his death, this exhibit will remind us how truly special those Camelot days were,” said Rebecca Pierce-Merrick, museum curator, “and how one day in history changed it forever.”The exhibit covers the summer of 1963 to the assassination on Nov. 22, 1963, as well as the subsequent days on Cape Cod. « less
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