Dennis, MA is a Cape Cod town filled with salty air, friendly folk & beaches just about everywhere you turn. Distinctly placed between Yarmouth & Harwich & Brewster, Dennis, like some of its neighboring towns on the Mid-Cape, consists of several villages. The art museum is located on Route 6A. This thoroughfare, also referred to as the Old King’s Highway, is dotted with galleries, restaurants, shops, and cafes. The campus on which the museum resides also hosts the Cape Cinema and the storied Cape Playhouse, where actress Bette Davis was once an usher. Cape Cod Life magazine awarded Mayflower Beach for best Mid-Cape beach and Corporate Beach for best picnic spot. So now that you know Dennis is an incredible place to be, what’s stopping you?
Dennis, MA —
The Perfect Cape Cod Village Center
Intricate traces of our nation’s history can be found all over the village of Dennis. Even the street names, Whig St., Pilgrim Road, Nobscusset Road, to name a few, tell a story. Around every bend there seems to be some relic, whether it’s the 300-year-old Josiah Dennis Manse, home of the town’s namesake, or the 300 million year old Hokum Rock named after the Native Americans who lived here.