59 East Main St.
West Yarmouth, MA 02673
Phone: (508) 771-0699
Fax: (508) 775-1808
Hyannis Village Green is a venue which boasts of many musical and cultural events. Many event organizers in the village of Hyannis host their outdoor entertainment shows here. This place is well accessible as is located on the Main Street. So, look forward for excitement and fun at the Hyannis Village Green. For further details contact the 'Hyannis Main Street Business Improvement District' which takes care of the activities in this area.
This theater features 12 screens for your viewing pleasure. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. Check online for film times, ticket prices and further information.
Bringing the excitement of baseball to Hyannis, the Harbor Hawks belong to the Cape Cod Baseball League, the leading college summer baseball league in the nation.
Cape Cod Melody Tent has been hosting musical events and concerts since 50 years. Profit is not the main motive of this organization and it supports Educational institutes throughout Cap Cod. Over the years, Broadway stars like Ginger Rogers, Douglas Fairbanks Jr, Angela Lansbury, Bob Hope, Helen O'Connell, Robert Merrill, Zero Mostel, Kitty Carlisle, Ann Miller, Jane Powell, Victor Borge, Debbie Reynolds and Benny Goodman have given their best performances here! Due to its growing popularity, the seating was recently expanded from 1000 to 2300. Tickets can be booked online. Visit the web site for more information.
The city of Osterville in the U.S. State of Massachusetts brags of a monumental club site in the name of the Wianno Club. The historically significant site was constructed in the year 1887. The club building is an architecturally superior structure and follows the Shingle style of architecture. Its unique structure has paved the way for its inclusion in the prestigious National Register of Historic Places. Further details and insights in context with the club site can be availed by visiting their official website.
Built in June 1930, Cape Cinema was designed by Alfred Easton Poor - of Wright Brother's Monument fame. Modeled after a Congregational Church in Massachusetts, its interior is modern, spacious, and cozy. Relax and enjoy the cinema in one their tangerine suede seats purchased from the Frankl Gallery. Aside from the architecture and movies, patrons visit this movie theater to view the mammoth modern mural by Rockwell Kent. Need a bite to eat, grab gourmet snacks at the concession stand. Come for the film and stay for the amenities.
Part of the Cape Cod Center for the Arts, Cape Playhouse is the oldest professional summer theater. Established in 1927, this theater has all kinds of plays lined-up; from dramas, musicals to even classics.
Elizabeth Lowell Park in Cotuit is a field and park maintained by the Cotuit Athletic Association. It is home to the Cape Cod Baseball League's Cotuit Kettleers team during the summer months and also hosts a variety of outdoor and athletic events throughout the year.
The Wampanoag are among the most celebrated of the Native Americans, in no small part due to their aiding of the Pilgrims way back in 1620. Visit the Wampanoag and learn of their history and culture.
This cineplex has 6 screens for your viewing pleasure. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. Call for film times, ticket prices and further information.
This cineplex has 6 screens for your viewing pleasure. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information please call.
For over a 100 years the Cape Cod Fairgrounds or the Barnstable County Fairgrounds has been the site of old-fashioned tractor pulls, animal shows, arts and crafts, carnival rides, cotton candy, chick-hatching, musical performances and much more. It is also the venue for the famous Barnstable County Fair and Naukabout Music Festival.