Spring Things to do on Cape Cod

While summer often steals the hearts of visitors, Spring on Cape Cod is a time of awakening and rejuvenation. Your favorite reserturants begin to reopen and chefs try out new recipes as they prepare menus for the busier months. There’s also no lack of fun things to do on Cape Cod during the spring season. Here’s your guide to a few of our favorites to check-out during your getaway to Cape Cod:

Fun Things to do on Cape Cod Before the Summer Rush

Whale Watching

Watching a whale breach actually takes your breath away; it’s truly a miracle of nature. People come from all over the world just to experience these amazing creatures. Hyannis Whale Watcher Cruises offer several cruises daily and leaves from historic Barnstable Harbor just a few miles from the Inn. Check out our special discounted whale watching ticket offering which can be added to any stay.
whale jumping out of the water
Explosive Breach

 

Theater and Music Events

Did you know that Cape Cod has a bustling arts community? We are lucky to have some of the oldest theaters  and theater companies in the country sharing their talents with the community. As staunch supporters of the Arts, you’ll often find opening night specials which combine discounted tickets with your room rates. The Cape  Symphony season is always a treat and visitors can bathe in musical delights.

 

Father’s Day Car Show

silver car photo

This annual event, brings car lovers and owner’s from across the country to view and marvel at over 300 antique cars as well as lovingly restored vehicles of all types. The Hyannis Car Show is held on Father’s Day each year. Many fun activities for families of all ages. Best of all, it’s free!

 

 

 

 

Relax at the Inn at Yarmouth Port

Spring is the perfect time to head to the Inn and enjoy the outdoor fire table with your travelling companion and your favorite beverage. The perennial gardens are beginning to bloom and the crisp, salt air breezes make you appreciate the season. Book your stay and rejuvinate in this historic sea captain’s home on picturesque Route 6A in the heart of the seaside village of Yarmouth Port.

Patio and garden area of The Inn at Yarmouth Port