Capture the Arts in the Upper Cape
The Upper Cape consists of Falmouth, Mashpee, Bourne, and Sandwich. They are the first towns that welcome visitors to the Cape with Bourne the only one that is situated on both sides of the Cape Cod Canal.
From Highfield Hall to the scientific village of Woods Hole to its charming, vibrant Main Street, Falmouth offers plenty for visitors seeking to capture the arts on the Cape.
Whether you’re visiting for the day, a weekend, or a week, Sandwich offers travelers plenty to fill their cultural plate. Here’s a sampling of the great places you can visit during your trip to Sandwich.
Art’s Dune Tours, the Cotuit Center for the Arts, Highfield Hall, the Truro Center for the Arts at Castle Hill, and Wellfleet Preservation Hall are just some of the places where you can embrace the arts during your girls getaway to the Cape.
There’s a 100 percent chance that you’ll interact with nature during your Cape Cod vacation. No matter what type of artist you are – aspiring, novice, or expert – the outdoors can serve to inspire your creativity.
Nature and wildlife abound on Cape Cod, from the canal to Provincetown, making it an ideal place to visit for those who love the outdoors.
Families will have an abundance of arts activities to choose from on their trip to Cape Cod.
The 2022 summer promises to be a fun-filled one with no shortage of opportunities to explore arts and culture on Cape Cod.
Pumpkins, oysters, beer, biergartens, live music, and fall festivals — there’s no time like second summer on the Cape!
Haunted hayrides, pumpkins galore, Oktoberfest celebrations, ghost tours, and trick-or-treating are some of the adventures you can have on Cape Cod during the Halloween season.
When it comes to the holidays, the Cape is the place to be. From holiday strolls to Christmas parades to holiday concerts, there’s plenty to put you in the holiday spirit on Cape Cod!
Events Happening in the Upper Cape
Upper Cape Cultural Organizations & Attractions
The Falmouth Artists Guild was established in 1966 when a small group of Falmouth painters gathered and began informal art classes. Since their formation, the Guild has grown in ways the founders never could have imagined, and today we are the Falmouth Art Center
137 Gifford Street, Falmouth, MA 02540 | (508) 540-3304