Sandwich Glass Museum

Looking for a lustrous historical perspective of the Cape? Then come visit us …and the Sandwich Glass Museum!

For over one hundred years the Sandwich Glass Museum has promoted a broad understanding and appreciation of Sandwich town history, with particular emphasis on the unique contribution of the glass industry to the local community, the region, the nation, and the world.

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Sandwich Glass Museum
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Stay with us for 2 nights any weekend during November 2012 – April 2013 and receive two free tickets to the Sandwich Glass Museum and a gift certificate for a FREE Sandwich Glass Reproduction Beach Walk Cup Plate(a $21 value!).

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Beach Cup Plate produced by the Boston & Sandwich Glass Company
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This cup plate is similar to those originally produced by the Boston & Sandwich Glass Company. In 1875 the Town of Sandwich constructed a board walk from the glass factory area across the salt marsh with its winding creek to the beach on Cape Cod Bay. At the time the only other access to this beach was by way of  Town Neck, an area privately owned and fenced off for grazing of cattle. Exposed to the flooding high tides, the plank walk has been kept in good repair by the Town. Today one can experience the same quiet beauty that glass factory workers enjoyed a century ago.

Package Cost is only $318 single or double occupancy.

That’s right… stay Friday and Saturday night (or Saturday and Sunday night , if you prefer) pay our standard $159 per night rate for 2 nights and receive the tickets to the Sandwich Glass Museum and the Beach walk Cup Plate FREE!

 For more information on the Sandwich Glass Museum check out www.sandwichglassmuseum.org   — and be mesmerized by the historic quality of their craftsmanship.