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Louisa May Alcott's Orchard House
Historic Sites, History Museums
Minute Man National Historical Park
Historic Sites, Battlefields, National Parks
Lizzie Borden House
Historic Sites, History Museums
Adams National Historical Park
Historic Sites, National Parks
The Mapparium
Specialty Museums, Points of Interest & Landmarks, Monuments & Statues
New England Holocaust Memorial
Monuments & Statues, History Museums
Pilgrim Monument & Provincetown Museum
Specialty Museums, Monuments & Statues
Boston Public Library
Libraries, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Scituate Lighthouse
Lighthouses, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Aquinnah Cliffs
Geologic Formations, Points of Interest & Landmarks, Historic Sites
Route 6A (The Old King's Highway)
Points of Interest & Landmarks
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... art galleries, gift shops, and places for food.There is a wharf and at the end there is a long jetty of rocks where you can watch a beautiful sunset.You can also see the colorful kayaks and boats in the harbor.
The scenery is right out of a movie set of New England; fishing boats, small artist shacks and beautiful granite breakwater.
Cathedral of the Pines Rindge 29.1 mi away
Built as a memorial to a family's lost son who died in WWII; The memorial includes an outdoor chapel, beautiful gardens, great walking trails, clean public restrooms, lots of parking, easy to find with a great sig...
Cathedral of the Pines is exactly as its name would suggest - an outdoor sanctuary in a natural setting with views of Mount Monadnock.
It's a beachcomber's delight away from the din of Provincetown proper, ending at a lighthouse with plenty of beach to ramble along.
It was a beautiful September day visiting First Landing Point and then walking onto the breakwater nearby.
Most folks visit for the view from the steeple but check out the sanctuary and the magnificent pipe organ.
This offered 360-degree views of the island and ocean and a docent to provide information or answer questions.
Olivia's Overlook West Stockbridge
Besides the beautiful view Olivia's also marks the start of two hiking trails - the Charcoal Trail and the Michael H. Walsh Trail.
Great view from the parking area!..several hiking trails are available from the parking but I didn't hike due to the weather.