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AROUND indianhead

There are over 300 restaurants in our area with some with the freshest, "right-off-the-boat" seafood. Feel free to ask our staff for some recommendations upon your arrival. Though, it's hard to choose!

Some other activities around Indianhead include:

Plimoth Plantation

Deep Sea Fishing

Pilgrim Hall Museum

Plymouth Rock & Mayflower II

Whale Watching Trips

Salt Water Beaches

Water Wizz Water Park

Ferries to Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket

Cape Cod Canal Bicycling and Walking Paths

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute

Sandwich Glass Museum

Edaville Railroad

Heritage Plantation

Island, Harbor and Cape Cod Cruises


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Whale Research
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Water Skiing
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Have a great time, in another time! Plimoth Plantation is a must-see New England destination. Their staff and exhibits tell the story of 17th-century Plymouth Colony and the shared history of the Pilgrims and Native People.


Plymouth Colony comes to life in their re-creation of early Plymouth. You'll encounter 17th-century "residents" in historical clothing expressing their hopes, fears and viewpoints. Modern-day guides will help you better understand the 1600s. Help weed the garden, prepare a meal, participate in a muster drill, or play a Pilgrim game!

Located on the Eel River, the Wampanoag Homesite is where guests learn about the native peoples who have lived here for over 10,000 years. Native staff dressed in historical clothing share their traditions, technologies, and culture from a modern perspective. Step inside a wetu (house) or mishoon (dug-out canoe), ask about gardening and cooking methods, and take part in pastimes like a hubbub, a traditional native game.



Come aboard for a 90 minute fun filled fishing adventure geared to the little ones. Our trips are fun for kids as well as adults. We fish in protected waters for a most enjoyable experience. All gear and bait is provided by our friendly and experienced crew. We are the only company fishing on former military amphibious vehicles. Our boats are completely renovated and U.S Coast Guard inspected and certified. Enjoy some local sights as we meander down the streets of Hyannis and enter the water on our way to the fishing grounds. Bring refreshments or even a picnic lunch. Sun screen, sunglasses and a light jacket are recommended. So bring you're good luck charm and let's go fishing!



Join us for an unforgettable excursion from historic Plymouth Harbor across Cape Cod Bay to Stellwagen Bank, primary feeding grounds of the world's largest mammals. Discover the great whales of the North Atlantic during a 4-hour Captain John Boats whale watch adventure! Marine mammal sightings include Humpback, Finback, Minke, and Pilot Whales, as well as dolphins, porpoises and seals. These majestic creatures can be up to 70 feet long and weigh 65 tons.

As we depart historic Plymouth Harbor, your naturalist, a professional marine biologist, provides an informative description of the whales you are likely to see as well as commentary on the days activities, and is available to answer any questions you may have. This program has proven to be of such outstanding educational value that it now serves as part of the science curriculum in many schools.

Enjoy your exhilarating cruise on one of two open decks or lounge in the climate controlled main cabin. Your comfort is assured, and complete galley service, offering your favorite food and beverage is available.


Fly single or double at heights up to 800 feet as you enjoy the spectacular view of Cape Cod and the islands. Gentle, dry take-offs and landings right from the back of their state of the art winch boats. Their highly trained and experienced crew are US Coast Guard licensed master captains who follow strict Parasail Operating Guidelines ensuring the safest flights. They have flown over 200,000 people from ages 2-100.

Jet skis, 14-person banana boat and more available.


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Popular Burial Hill History Tour Series Returns!

Pilgrim Hall Museum and the Plymouth Antiquarian Society announce their continuing partnership in a free public tour series of Plymouth’s historic Burial Hill for the 2022 season. This year, we are returning to a live, in-person format for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic! A series of four themed history tours will be offered in person at Plymouth’s ancient burying ground at 1 p.m. on the first Saturday of every other month from April to October. The event will not be simultaneously streamed or broadcast live; however, an enhanced and audio-corrected digital version of each tour will premiere online the month following each live event. Visit or to enjoy the series.

The collaborative Burial Hill tour program was originally launched in 2011 as a monthly event and grew in popularity, regularly drawing audiences of 80 to 100 people. During COVID, the series transitioned to a virtual format. We are delighted to return to in-person tours after two years of remote programming. The partnering organizations also welcome the opportunity to share these live experiences in high-quality video presentations with additional content for audiences everywhere to enjoy post-event.

April 2nd: Travel Tales: Plymoutheans on the Move, with Dr. Anne Mason, Executive Director, Plymouth Antiquarian Society

(digital release May 7th)

June 4th: Burying the Dead in the Early Republic, with Stephen O’Neill, Executive Director, Hanover Historical Society (digital release July 2nd)

August 6th: Mr. Davis’s Neighborhood, with Dr. Donna Curtin, Executive Director, Pilgrim Hall Museum (digital release September 3rd)

October 1st: Pits, Posts, & Palisades: Archaeological Findings on Burial Hill, with Dr. David Landon, Associate Director of the Fiske Memorial Center for Archaeological Research at UMass Boston (digital release November 5th)

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