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Sandwich Chamber of Commerce


128 Route 6A
Sandwich, MA 02563
United States

(??.? miles from you)


Sandwich Chamber of Commerce


(??.? miles from you)

128 Route 6A
Sandwich, MA 02563
United States


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While the rest of the world may know Sandwich, MA, for its distinctive glassware that was produced in the 1800s, its most enduring legacy is as the oldest town on Cape Cod, established in 1639. True to its heritage, S

Daniel Webster liked to hunt and fish here in Colonial times: an era that lives on at the historic inn that took his name and along the quaint byways, dotted with antique shops, of the surrounding town center. Beach-goers will enjoy the dune-laced shoreline along Cape Cod Bay.

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Why You Should Go...

While the rest of the world may know Sandwich, MA, for its distinctive glassware that was produced in the 1800s, its most enduring legacy is as the oldest town on Cape Cod, established in 1639. True to its heritage, Sandwich offers up a rich taste of the region’s history, from the 17th century Hoxie House to the 1654 mill that still grinds corn at the edge of tranquil Shawme Pond.

Daniel Webster liked to hunt and fish here in Colonial times: an era that lives on at the historic inn that took his name and along the quaint byways, dotted with antique shops, of the surrounding town center. Beach-goers will enjoy the dune-laced shoreline along Cape Cod Bay.

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Why You Should Go...

While the rest of the world may know Sandwich, MA, for its distinctive glassware that was produced in the 1800s, its most enduring legacy is as the oldest town on Cape Cod, established in 1639. True to its heritage, Sandwich offers up a rich taste of the region’s history, from the 17th century Hoxie House to the 1654 mill that still grinds corn at the edge of tranquil Shawme Pond.

Daniel Webster liked to hunt and fish here in Colonial times: an era that lives on at the historic inn that took his name and along the quaint byways, dotted with antique shops, of the surrounding town center. Beach-goers will enjoy the dune-laced shoreline along Cape Cod Bay.

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