Things to Do
Steps to the beach for swimming, snorkeling, fishing volleyball and relaxing. There is a nearby public boat launch, kayaking, canoeing, boating, deep sea fishing tours, whale watching, tennis, skate park, walking- biking trails, museums, churches and synagogues, library and public golf course.
Catch a ferry to Cape Cod’s Provincetown, Martha’s Vineyard, Nantucket or Boston.
- Harbor Express Schedule: South Shore Commuter Boats to Boston
- Plymouth to Provincetown Express Ferry
- Ferry service between Cape Cod and the Islands
- Service from Woods Hole, New Bedford and Hyannis to the Islands
- Ferry Service from Falmouth to Oak Bluffs, Martha’s Vineyard
Walk to nice restaurants with nightly entertainment
Celebrated in August, the 139th Marshfield Fair Agricultural Exhibits: midway, super cross and smash up derby cars. Also huge fair ground car shows and antique fair. www.Marshfieldfair.org
Enjoy the Boston Harbor Fest June 28th -July 4th and the Annual Chowder Fest at Boston City Hall Plaza July 2nd. www.BostonHarborFest.com
- Marshfield Beaches
- Boston Harbor Islands
- Captain John Boats Whale Watch
- Cape Cod Canal – You may walk, roller blade, or bike the flat canal trail. Bikes may be rented near the Bourne Bridge. The northern tip of the canal is next to Scusset Beach.
- Hy-Line Cruises – The only mid-cape connection to both islands.
- Winslow House Marshfield – From this site are links to the Mass Dept of Tourism, Plymouth Tourism, etc.
- Plymouth Tourism
- Starland – Hanover, MA
- Water Wizz – Wareham, MA
- Brockton Rox Baseball
- Boston Red Sox
- TD Garden – Boston, MA
- Boston Symphony Orchestra
- Museum of Science – Boston, MA
- Museum of Fine Arts – Boston, MA
- Faneuil Hall Marketplace – Boston, MA
Rainy Day Suggestions
The following locations are indoor activities that would be fun on a rainy day.