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Sandwich Chamber of Commerce


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520 Route 130
Sandwich, MA 02563
United States

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Sandwich Chamber of Commerce

Sandwich Chamber of Commerce
Sandwich Chamber of Commerce
Sandwich Chamber of Commerce
Sandwich Chamber of Commerce
Sandwich Chamber of Commerce
Sandwich Chamber of Commerce
Sandwich Chamber of Commerce
Sandwich Chamber of Commerce
Sandwich Chamber of Commerce
Sandwich Chamber of Commerce

(??.? miles from you)

520 Route 130
Sandwich, MA 02563
United States


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Experience true Cape Cod Heritage in Sandwich. Founded in 1639, this charming town is the oldest on the cape, participated in the rise of Quakerism, and felt the waves of the Revolutionary War. You can dive into the h

Also called Glasstown, Sandwich and is known worldwide for the distinctive glassware produced in the town during the 1800s. You can visit the Sandwich Glass Museum to learn more about this history, see a glassblowing demonstration, or pick up a unique piece of art.

As a haven for the outdoor enthusiast, Sandwich is home to beautiful walking and biking trails, bird sanctuaries, saltwater estuaries, freshwater ponds, and the seashore. Beachgoers will enjoy the dune-laced shoreline along Cape Cod Bay.

For a taste of Sandwich, try classic New England seafood at one of the many spots around town or for a sweet treat try one of the local ice cream shops.

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Why You Should Go...

Experience true Cape Cod Heritage in Sandwich. Founded in 1639, this charming town is the oldest on the cape, participated in the rise of Quakerism, and felt the waves of the Revolutionary War. You can dive into the history at the Hoxie House, which is the oldest house on Cape Cod, or visit the 1654 mill that still grinds corn at the edge of Shawme Pond. Daniel Webster often visited to fish and hunt during Colonial times, an era that lives on at the historic inn that bears his name 

Also called Glasstown, Sandwich and is known worldwide for the distinctive glassware produced in the town during the 1800s. You can visit the Sandwich Glass Museum to learn more about this history, see a glassblowing demonstration, or pick up a unique piece of art.

As a haven for the outdoor enthusiast, Sandwich is home to beautiful walking and biking trails, bird sanctuaries, saltwater estuaries, freshwater ponds, and the seashore. Beachgoers will enjoy the dune-laced shoreline along Cape Cod Bay.

For a taste of Sandwich, try classic New England seafood at one of the many spots around town or for a sweet treat try one of the local ice cream shops.

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Experience true Cape Cod Heritage in Sandwich. Founded in 1639, this charming town is the oldest on the cape, participated in the rise of Quakerism, and felt the waves of the Revolutionary War. You can dive into the history at the Hoxie House, which is the oldest house on Cape Cod, or visit the 1654 mill that still grinds corn at the edge of Shawme Pond. Daniel Webster often visited to fish and hunt during Colonial times, an era that lives on at the historic inn that bears his name 

Also called Glasstown, Sandwich and is known worldwide for the distinctive glassware produced in the town during the 1800s. You can visit the Sandwich Glass Museum to learn more about this history, see a glassblowing demonstration, or pick up a unique piece of art.

As a haven for the outdoor enthusiast, Sandwich is home to beautiful walking and biking trails, bird sanctuaries, saltwater estuaries, freshwater ponds, and the seashore. Beachgoers will enjoy the dune-laced shoreline along Cape Cod Bay.

For a taste of Sandwich, try classic New England seafood at one of the many spots around town or for a sweet treat try one of the local ice cream shops.

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