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Brewster Travel guide
Brewster : Michelin's recommendations
Extending 8 miles along Cape Cod Bay, charming Brewster, first settled in the mid-17C, has preserved many of the stately residences built by prosperous sea captains in the 19C. Today it is a popular Cape Cod resort town. Along Brewster's seven public beaches the receding waves of low tide reveal broad flats, extending out over a mile and colored an unusual shade of garnet.
Tourist attractions Brewster : Things to see and do
869 Main St USA - Brewster MA 02631
You'll find interactive exhibits on the plants, animals and geology of the Cape. Take one of the three nature trails on the property to explore salt marshes, cranberry bogs and a pristine beach.
490 Main St USA - Brewster MA 02631
The late artist Bill Sydenstricker developed an original technique in glassmaking. Two sheets of glass are used to make each item; one of the sheets is decorated, then joined to the second according to the principles used in the enameling process. Se..
3488 Main St USA - Brewster 02631
Picnic grounds, bicycle rentals and a small store are located in the park, the former estate of pioneer railroad-builder Roland Nickerson. Swimming is permitted in Flax Pond, and boat rentals are available.