Dexter Grist Mill
The Dexter Grist Mill is one of the most photographed sites on Cape Cod. This working grist mill that overlooks Lower Shawme Pond is bordered by the Town Hall, herring run, picturesque colonial homes, and a cemetery with gravestones dated back to the 1600s. Freshly ground cornmeal packaged in old-fashioned cloth flour bags can be purchased and includes the mill’s popular recipes.
2 Water Street, Sandwich, MA
Within our peaceful confines you’ll find walking trails, outdoor discovery opportunities, gardens that invite lingering, and exhibits to expand your understanding of art and history. Heritage offers up-close experiences that can’t be found anywhere else. It’s a place of joy and fun. It’s a place to make lasting memories. And it’s a place you’ll want to visit again and again.
67 Grove Street, Sandwich, MA. 508-888-3300
The Hoxie House
Ca. 1675 Take a trip back in time. The Hoxie House reflects life in the town of Sandwich in the 17th-century. This saltbox is named after a whaling captain who owned the house in the mid-1800s.The Hoxie House is a first-period house restored and furnished to reflect early colonial construction with many interesting features such as gunstock posts, pumpkin-pine Maine beams, and wide floorboards.One of the oldest surviving houses on Cape Cod. Today it is a Museum of Colonial Domesticity.
16 Water Street, Sandwich MA 02563 Map it
Located in the heart of historic Sandwich, Massachusetts, the Sandwich Glass Museum is a must-see destination for anyone interested in the art and science of glassmaking. With exhibits spanning over three centuries of glassmaking history, you’ll discover the beauty and versatility of this incredible material like never before.
129 Main Street, Sandwich, MA 508-888-0251