Welcome to Hyannis!
In Hyannis, hop aboard a High-Speed Ferry to Nantucket or Martha’s Vineyard (the only mid-Cape departure point to both islands). Visit Hy-Line Landing where you can grab a quick bite to eat at the Coffee Table Café, relax at The Raw Bar with a cocktail or treat your self to something sweet at Ben & Jerry’s.
Also in Hyannis, you’ll find Hyannis Harbor Cruises, a relaxing one-hour cruise that is a great way to learn about local history and area landmarks, all on the way to view the historic Kennedy Compound in Hyannisport. Deep-Sea Fishing trips are also available in Hyannis, offering options of Bottom Fishing or Captain’s Choice, whether you’re a hearty fisherman or a family looking for some excitement and fun during your day.
Hyannis boasts the area’s largest concentration of businesses, shops, motels, hotels, restaurants and entertainment spots. In the Main Street Waterfront District, you’ll find the JFK Hyannis Museum, the JFK Memorial, the Hyannis Arts District, the Cape Cod Baseball League, and the Cape Cod Baseball League Hall of Fame.
Hyannis Harbor is the final destination of the Walkway to the Sea. Starting from the statue of Chief Iyanough at the top of the Village Green and making its way past the Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial and Town Hall, the walkway opens up at the corner of South and Ocean streets. Stroll through the lush green grass of Aselton Memorial Park overlooking Hyannis Inner Harbor and along the crushed seashell pathway. Peruse the Artist Shanties at Bismore Park and visit the Cape Cod Maritime Museum, which showcases a variety of exhibits about the Cape’s maritime history.