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Bourne, considered the gateway to Cape Cod, straddles the Cape Cod Canal and has much to offer on both sides of the bridges.

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BOURNE spans both sides of the Cape Cod Canal and has much to offer on both sides of our iconic bridges.

Begin exploring Buzzards Bay on Main Street with a smoothie from Vela Juice Bar or the Blended Berry, or tuck in for a meal at Mezza Luna,Krua Thai, or Stomping Grounds Grille. For a 21+ sip with your grub, try Rod & Railgastropub or Mahoney’s on Main. Don’t forget dessert at Betty Ann’s Dairy Freeze, Mic’s Main Scoop, or the Old Country Store & Emporium, which has a classic 25-cent candy counter.

Next, head over to the National Marine Life Center to learn about their rehabbed marine animals or go for a stroll under the Railroad Bridge at Buzzards Bay Park. Rent a bike fromBuzzards Bay Bikes or Canal Cruisers and cruise down the Cape Cod Canal bike path to feel the coastal breeze in your hair.

On the other side of the bridge, travel to Pocasset via Shore Road to check out theMuseums at Aptucxet and gear up for a day under the sun. Stop at Gray Gables Market for provisions on your way to Little Bay Walking Trails and take in the picturesque views at Monk’s Park. When the weather is right, plan a day of surf and sand at Monument Beach or Barlow’s Landing, go on a Cape Cod Canal Cruise or set sail from Red Brook Harbor. Power up at Cataumet’s Daily Brew, meander through the Village Trading Company for local gifts, or lap up some much deserved soft serve over a round of mini golf at Cataumet Light.

For al fresco dining, make your way to the Lobster Trap or Courtyard, or keep it casual at Chart Room or Parrot Bar & Grill. Bar room pizza awaits at Trading Post Lounge, a local favorite. Indulge your sweet tooth with pastries from Becky’s Bakery and or a cold dairy delight from Whistle Stop Ice Cream Shop.