Experience all there is to see and do in the historical town of Sandwich and Cape Cod area during your stay at Sandwich Lodge & Resort.
We are conveniently located on scenic Old King's Highway (Route 6A) near many well-known natural and family-friendly attractions. Visitors come from all over the world to visit our beaches, antique shops, historic sites, restaurants and golf courses, as well as go whale watching, boating, fishing and more!
Whether you’re considering a leisurely drive along one of America's top 10 scenic routes (Old King's Highway) or you’ve set your mind on specific destinations in town and along the beach, our helpful staff is always happy to make recommendations for your itinerary.
Ask us about our favorite attractions in the Upper Cape area, including:
Browse the Sandwich Glass Museum to see many historical items and displays that tell the story of how the town of Sandwich contributed to the American Industrial Revolution through its glass industry.
See one of the most widely photographed sites on Cape Cod. The Dexter Grist Mill overlooks Shawme Pond and is bordered by the Town Hall, herring run, colonial homes and a cemetery that is nearly 400 years old
Discover what life was like in the town of Sandwich in the 17th century. The Hoxie House features early colonial furnishings and fully restored structural features, such as gunstock posts, pumpkin pine Maine beams and wide floorboards.
Walk along miles of paths through one hundred spectacular acres of labeled trees and shrubs, native flowers and lush gardens. Stop along the way at museums featuring American Art, a working hand-carved carousel and a car museum.
Follow the 1,350-foot Sandwich Boardwalk past dunes, marshes and a creek on your way to a broad sandy beach on Cape Cod Bay!
Find live animal exhibits, nature trails, a spectacular wildflower garden, a library and year-round natural history programs at Green Briar Nature Center. Be sure to sample some of the excellent jams, jellies and preserves at the historic Green Briar Jam Kitchen established in 1903.
Visit the campus of Massachusetts Maritime Academy, offering undergraduate degrees in maritime fields, as well as graduate degrees and professional studies.
Be part of a living museum at Plymouth Plantation! Walk through a replica of the original settlement of the Plymouth Colony established in the 17th century by English colonists – complete with real-life characters playing the roles of pilgrims and native Americans.