Summer Guide Cape Cod

Summer Guide Cape Cod 2018

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Page 9 of 147 8 whydah pirate museum The Whydah Pirate Museum is Cape Cod's only interactive science center. Visitors can touch 300-year-old real pirate treasure found off the shores of Cape Cod! Children can climb aboard a replica of the Whydah and learn how she sank in 1717. A truly one-of-a-kind exhibition featuring thousands of artifacts including cannons, pistols, and concretions preserving real pirate remains. Vis- it the worlds only authenticated pirate treasure… the Whydah Pirate Museum located at 674 Route 28 in West Yarmouth,, 508- 534-9571, Map F-6 dOLphiN FLeet OF prOViNCetOwN The Dolphin Fleet of Provincetown is the originator of east coast whalewatching with up to 12 trips daily on 100' modern vessels with cabin and sun- deck. FAST-PASS DISCOUNT TICKETS available on- line at Guaranteed sightings for all whalewatch trips. Enjoy our family affordable rates and educational trips exploring the marine habitat and sea life of the Cape--fun for all ages! Departing from MacMillan Wharf, Provincetown; 800 826-9300; More information and discount tickets available online at; Map A-8 marCONi-rCa wireLess museum See our newest new exhibit "Chatham Heard Round The World", the story of RCA's post-WWII maritime radio station WCC, featuring one of its seventeen big 20-kiloWatt radio transmitters refur- bished for display. Other exhibits explore Marconi's global legacy, Morse code, the WWII Navy Years, and Enigma ciphers. Follow the evolution of digital and wireless technology: track sharks and nearby ships, simulate drone flight, and look inside your cell phone. 847 Orleans Rd., Rte 28, No. Chatham; 508-945-8889;; Map G-9 Dolphin Fleet Whale Watch, Provincetown

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