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- First time visiting Nauset Beach and it is breathtaking. What a beautiful beach. Long, clean, pristine. We saw a seal that followed along with us on a walk. Sand was incredibly soft with very few rocks/ shells. First time we had seen a beware of sharks sign... Not sure if I would swim, but lovely to beach to visit.Written September 19, 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Breathtaking, beach goes out for a distance at low-tide. lots of little creatures in the tide pools. we went after 5 for the tide pools and sunset, and hands down my kids' favorite day on our recent trip. tide does come in quickly so keep your things on higher dry land so they dont get swept away.Written September 4, 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- We went to the church to hear a one-of-a-kind organ, comprised of 20,000...yes, 20,000 pipes salvaged from over 20 organs. What we were surprised was that the organ wasn't the notable find at the Church but a community of welcoming believers who have helped build/create a sanctuary that is a work of art at the highest level. Be sure to attend one of the services, hear the organ and spend time on a private tour that will in fact transfigure your sense of majesty.Written October 20, 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- We're staying in Chatham, two towns over. The property manager turned us onto this museum. They greet you with a Bon Jour upon entry. The property belonged to a French company, so it proudly displays the US and French flags. The patriotism is important because the international telegraph was important during the World Wars. Learn about the first telegraph line laid between France and the U.S. on that very spot. The museum is free and you get more than you pay for. Motivated guides, fun for the history and science buff.Written September 3, 2023
- Addison Art Gallery is a favorite place to visit for us....to look at beautiful paintings and often to buy. We have been coming to this gallery for years and are never disappointed in the art on display. The artists represented are truly gifted, and we have enjoyed getting to them better over the years. Addison Art is a must visit place!Written November 25, 2018
- Wonderful for walking the beach, enjoying a book and taking photos! Absolutely beautiful!You will see an occasional seal and maybe a shark. The foggy days are absolutely mesmerizing!Written October 9, 2018
- One of the best places to get sunset photos. We come here every year to just get out of the car get some fresh evening air and take a walk down to the water and along the shoreline of Cape Cod Bay. You can also see the fishing boats come in and unload their clams.Written August 30, 2022
- Orleans, as a town on the Cape, has lots of galleries. Tree's place is by far the nicest I've been in yet. You'll have to check it out to get the whole picture. All sorts of different paintings and sculpture. All nicely displayed. Don't miss it.Written June 21, 2021
- Bravo to the performers in Romeo and Juliet. We were visiting the area and decided on watching the play. Miss Sophie Friend and Miss Maya Smith (filled in as Juliet) are very talented young actors. Mr. Roderick and Mr. Whalen were also exceptional. All the actors, children and adults, should be commended on giving of their time and talents and in keeping the arts alive. Thank you Academy of Performing Arts in Orleans, Mass for putting forth your time, being accessible and hospitable. Best wishes to all the performers.Written September 12, 2019
- We rented a cottage with access to Little Pleasant Bay in August 2018. Almost every day we went out on our kayak and SUP to explore nearby islands, little coves and small hidden beaches. Despite many motor boats it's still very peaceful and relaxing. Saw many sea bidrs and quite a few seals. There is also good swimming at high tide.Written September 3, 2018
- We stopped here to enjoy the spot and it is very peacefull and beautiful. Even though it is on the road it is very quiet. It is well maintained and wonderfully landscaped. On its lower portion there are picnic table and adult swings. It is a great place to rest a while.Written August 1, 2019
- This was our 1st time to the Cape, and when researching things to do, I found the CCBL. We had so much fun attending a game. Thank you for offering a fun, family-event that is affordable and can be enjoyed by all. The hot dogs from the concession stand were very good. If we were local, we would attend games very often.Written June 22, 2023
- I love stopping by this unique gift barn. I have been visiting for decades and always pop in to see what they have. One year we bought a didgeridoo and other hand instruments from Bali and such places. They also have a nice selection of Sarongs from Indonesia and beautiful island colors. The art work is interesting and we enjoy looking at the many things in this worldly store.Written August 30, 2022
- If you have ever played with model railroads I cannot imagine you not having a blast. If you’re a prepubescent kid I cannot imagine you not having a blast. If you’re going to be dragged along, if you have an open mind, you too will have a blast, though perhaps a bit smaller.
I don’t know how to compare the presentations, other than to say this is far and away superior to the NYC transit museum layout in Grand Central terminal during the holidays.
All gauges from N to S are represented, with large layouts for N, S, O, HO. There is an award winning layout of the working Boston waterfront of years ago.
Club members tend to be senior males, visitors are mixed with a large under 10 contingent. The members are uniformly helpful and knowledgeable and want to engage the visitors.
There is some equipment for sale and old magazines to take.
Donations are appreciated but there is zero pressure. The club will be open Saturday afternoons in 2018 from Thanksgiving to New Years.Written August 30, 2018
- I brought 4 of my grandchildren (ages 4, 4,7 & 8) here & they played for about 4 hours & had the very best time & didn't want to leave.This playground is huge! There is a section specifically for 2-5 year olds & the general area for everyone, including 2 - 5 year olds. Theres enough stuff to do to spend the entire day. There's even a porta potty in the parking area. It's open to the public except during school hours.Written July 13, 2019
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