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Sandwich

Don Sylor

Things To Do

Visit the Green Briar Jam Kitchen, where jams, jellies, relishes, and pickles are prepared the old-fashioned way in a early 1900s kitchen. Workshops for adults and kids teach the traditional Green Briar methods and participants get to take home delicious preserves.

thorntonburgess.org
508-888-6870

The Boston & Sandwich Glass Company was one of the country’s largest glass producers, producing over five million pieces of glass annually by the 1850s. Glass still has great significance in Sandwich: The Sandwich Glass Museum houses original pieces created during the 1800s and provides demonstrations of glass blowing techniques. Tour the exhibits and learn about the town’s ties to glass production.

sandwichglassmuseum.org
508-888-0251

Beach It!

Town Neck Beach is a terrific bay beach. Instead of parking in the lot, park a bit further away to enjoy a stroll down the Sandwich Boardwalk across Mill Creek and a beautiful marsh landscape to reach this gem. Watch the boats pass through the Cape Cod Canal, jump off the boardwalk at high tide, or kayak in the creek.

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