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Sandwich has always retained in my memory an elusive nature filled over the years with a kind of yearning and mystery all rolled into one. My Great Grandmothers family is from the area and it was here in Kent that she met my Great Grandfather....More
Sandwich is the oldest town on Cape Cod with the first settlers arriving in 1637. This 1834 Town Hall in the Greek Revival style is worth seeing. It is open to the public during the week. It may be the oldest, continually operating town hall...More
OK, I'm he first to admit that compared to some places in Europe, 180+ years is not that old, but for the U.S. it's pretty old. Restored (beautifully) in 2009, this building is worth a few minutes of your time for a visit. It's still...More
Although the Sandwich Town Hall was built in 1834, it is still functioning as the town's administrative building. The building ll was restored to its former glory in 2009. The second floor ballroom where movies and theatrical productions are presented is particularly beautiful with its...More
This is my favorite town on the cape. It is almost like a movie set with the wonderful beaches, quaint B+B's and the stunning old churches. Bring your camera but it is very hard to get an isolated shot of your subject.
Beautiful, imposing structure. The Sandwich Town Hall is right across from the Sandwich Glass Museum. There was a trolley available to go to different sites, but everything is very walkable in Sandwich.
The Town Hall is very prominent as you enter town, right next to the Dexter Grist Mill and a block from the Sandwich Glass Museum. It has been beautifully restored. Unfortunately for me, I arrived on a Sunday so it was closed so I didn't...More