When was the last time you had to pull a burr off your clothing? What a hassle. But when George
Venture off Route 6 in Barnstable along a curvy road to the Cape Cod Bay and visit Long Pasture Betsy
A bird’s eye view of ospreys Tiny black, reptilian-looking creatures anxiously wait while their mother tears apart a fish for their dinner. She then delicately places small bits into the mouths of the newly hatched ospreys. It’s just one of the marvels to watch on the OspreyCam inside the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History.
Still active after all these years – the Chatham Windmill The windmill stands 30 feet and is fully operational, with the top two floors used for grinding corn and wheat. The first floor has a corncob grinder.
Bringing nature to life - inside and outside Since its inception, the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History in Brewster has certainly come a long way. Founded in 1954 by naturalist John Hay, the museum was in a tent when it was first established.
Walking Wing Island The Cape Cod Museum of Natural History is far more than a museum. Among its treasures is the lower-level aquarium. A recent survey of visitors there chose the aquarium as their favorite feature of Cape Cod’s Nature Place.
Ocean Cables – 10 of them connect us with European nations This story tells of a time when 10 people worked at the French Cable, managing a technology that kept the United States and Europe connected.
You too can climb Pilgrim Monument in Provincetown Those who climb to the top of the 252-foot-tall Pilgrim Monument are rewarded with a newly-enhanced panoramic, 360-degree view across the tip of Cape Cod. The trip also can symbolize the achievement of the Pilgrims, who arrived in Provincetown Harbor in 1620 after an arduous journey aboard the Mayflower.