It is no secret that Cape Cod is a tourist mecca in the Summer. While the number of people in the winter may dwindle, the opportunities for fun and excitement do not. When you get worn out from making snow angels and having a snowball fight, here are 5 activities for a snowy Cape Cod Day.
5 Activities for a Snowy Cape Cod Day
#1. Ice skate with friends
Arena’s on Cape Cod offer an affordable, healthy way to spend times with family or friends. Tony Kent Arena in South Dennis has public skating, lessons and private instruction. Those who want to watch can enjoy the Paradise Pizza II Snack Bar with a full service menu. Gallo Ice Arena in Buzzards Bay also offers private birthday parties and public hockey. Barnstable’s HYCC offers two NHL size rinks with public skate hours available most days.
#2. Be the highest bidder
Eldred’s Auction House in East Dennis has attracted a wide variety of collectors, dealers and private buyers for over 60 years. They have items in dozens of categories, such as musical instruments, oriental rugs, and folk art. Eldred’s can also help those looking to get an item appraised.
#3. Bowl a perfect game
The Cape has many bowling alleys for you to display your skills, or lack thereof. With 4 locations on the Cape, from South Yarmouth to Falmouth, Ryan Family Amusements offers candlepin and ten-pin bowling and arcades loaded with fun prizes for the kids. The Lanes Bowl & Bistro in Mashpee offers a new twist on bowling with a full menu and full bar. Come on December 28th for family & friends night with great specials.
#4. Learn something new
Cape Cod’s museum scene has something for everyone to enjoy, to stimulate the mind. Cape Cod Museum of Art is currently exhibiting it’s inaugural members’ exhibition as part of their 35th anniversary. The Cape Cod Children’s Museum has a week of vacation activities lined up after Christmas, including a traveling petting farm on Wednesday December 28th. The Cape Cod Museum of Natural History offers “Blizzard of Critters” a full week of school vacation programming. Check out the Cape Cod Museum Trail for information on all of the Cape’s museums.
#5. Catch the latest movie
Whether you’re in the mood for an art-house indie at the Chatham Orpheum Theater or the latest Hollywood blockbuster at Regal Cape Cod Mall, grab some popcorn and enjoy the show. With award season coming up, catch up on the year’s best films. At the Falmouth Cinema Pub, enjoy dinner during the movie.
Cape Cod is a great place to be not only summer, but year round. If you want to call the Cape home, any one of our skilled and savvy agents can help you find the just what you’re looking for. Visit our agent page on our website, or simply give us a call at 508.648.6861.