How do you know when you've made it onto the Cape? Besides the ability to count dozens of license plates from across North America while inching through traffic, there are some welcome signs that provide much-needed relief, induce instant nostalgia, and/or point you toward the beach. Here now, 10 of Cape Cod's most iconic signs.Read More
Here Now, 10 of Cape Cod's Most Iconic Signs
You're here! (Unless you took the Bourne Bridge, ferry, or CapeFlyer.)
Image via Edward o'Connor on Wikimedia Commons
The Dan'l Webster Inn
The Dan'l Webster Inn has offered lodging for over 300 years and the sign will point you toward "centerpiece of the oldest town on Cape Cod."
Image via Cape Cod Chamber Facebook
Woods Hole Terminal
As of this week, a new terminal's been approved, but for now, departures and arrivals will be met with this Steamship Authority sign.
Image via John Phelan on Wikipedia
Four Seas Ice Cream
Four Seas has been serving "the finest homemade ice cream since 1934" and they've got the lines to prove it.
Image via Alex N. Yelp
Captain Frosty's Fish & Chips
Located on historic Route 6A, Captain Frosty's Fish & Chips has been serving up fresh seafood and soft serve ice cream since 1976.
Image via Tim Y. on Yelp
Arnold's Lobster & Clam Bar
Arnold's has been serving up fresh seafood for over 35 years and it's can't-miss sign will direct you to the mini-golf, fried fish and ice cream.
Cape Cod National Seashore
These signs for the Cape Cod National Seashore line Route 6 and are a welcome site for thousands (and thousands...) every summer.
CCNS Sign in Eastham by Cholmes75 via Wikipedia
Cape Cod's only drive-in theatre opened in 1957 and its sign has been directing movie goers, flea market fans and mini golfers for years.Image via Britta Frahm on Wikipedia
The Lobster Pot
One of PTown's most iconic restaurants has an iconic sign, naturally.
Image via Yelp