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Yarmouth will entertain every member of the family with attractions such as beaches, mini golf, museums, live music and much more.

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YARMOUTH is centrally located on Cape Cod and has an abundance of attractions that suit the whole family.

Get your morning grub at the Keltic Kitchen, Ann & Fran’s, Englewood Baking Co., Old King’s Coffeehouse, Bagels & Beyond, or Woolfies. For casual midday eats, try a thin slice at F&L Pizza, clam chowder at Captain Parker’s, or wraps with a kick at The Jerk Cafe. For must-haves with a past, browse Cape Abilities Thrift, Wilma’s Eclectic Finds, and the Antiques Center of Yarmouth.
When you're ready for some outdoor time, grab a suit at Chelsea’s Swimwear and visit Gray’s Beach, Seagull Beach, or Bass River Beach for a dip. For mini golf, putter over to Wild Animal Lagoon, Pirate’s Cove and Skull Island (which also has go-karts and an arcade), or wear the littles out with a full day at the Cape Cod Inflatable Park.
For a glimpse into the Cape’s pirate past, head to the Whydah Pirate Museum or check the schedule at the Cultural Center of Cape Cod for art exhibits, performances and community events. 
Refuel at dinner time with beef noodle soup at Pho Thuan Loi (seasonal) or the heavenly Tom Kha at Basil Thai Cuisine, both take out only. For seated service, find yourself at Gerardi’s Cafe, DiParma Italian Table, 908 Bistro, the Yarmouth House, or Scally’s, then have a cocktail and check out the local talent at The Music Room.
Yarmouth Port has its own vibe. Score breakfast at Jack’s Outback (go early), or Lighthouse Keeper’s Pantry for egg sandwiches and small-batch foods. For lunch or dinner, dine at Royal II (enjoy a complimentary slice of pizza while you wait), the Old Yarmouth Inn (est. 1696), or Inaho for top notch Japanese. Shop ‘til you drop at Harvest of Barnstable, Simply Vintage, Design Works, Just Picked Gifts, and the locally loved Parnassus Books. Peruse picnic provisions and unique wines at Dunn & Sons. Take a break from shopping and explore the history of Yarmouth at the Edward Gorey Museum, or Thacher Hall for a performance or event.