Wareham is a town in Massachusetts. Located at the head of Buzzards Bay, Wareham calls itself "The Gateway to Cape Cod" and is sometimes included as a Cape Cod town. It includes the villages of Onset, East Wareham and West Wareham.
World's Only Thermometer Museum, 49 Zarahemla Road, Onset Village, ☎ ''+1'' 508-295-5504. By appointment. Listed in Guinness Book of World Records. More than five thousand thermometers once were housed in Richard Porter's museum. In 2008 he gave 4,000 of them to Penn State's weather museum. About 1,000, including some of his favorites and some new-fangled ones are still here to see.Free. edit
Wareham Gatemen, 54 Marion Road (Clem Spillane Field) (off Rt 6 at Viking Drive), . Early Jun-mid Aug. Cape Cod Baseball League -- a 100 year old summer league that feeds many players to the major leagues.edit
Hy-Line Cruises Cape Cod Canal Cruises, Onset Bay Town Pier, ☎ ''+1'' 508-295-3383. Seasonal. Sightseeing, family, sunset cocktail, and Dixieland cruises. 2-3 hours.$5-$17. edit
Flagship Cinemas, 39 Doty Street (Follow Route 28 North to Route 58 Intersection (7 eleven at Corner). Take Right onto Route 58. Take Right Onto Doty Street. Theater is on Left.), ☎ 508-291-4100, . Stadium seating movie theatre.edit
The "strip" along Cranberry Highway (Route 6) in East Wareham is the main commercial area. It was the former main route to Cape Cod before Route 25 was built from I-495 to the Bourne Bridge. Wal-Mart and many of the usual chain eateries are found along here.
Wareham Crossing, 2421 Cranberry Hwy (Rt 28) (Exit 21 I-195, then west), ☎ 617-232-8900, . The most recent "shopping village" with big box stores and smaller ones as well.edit
Willows Cranberries, 2667 Cranberry Hwy, ☎ ''+1''508-295-9990 (Willows@capecod.net, fax: ''+1'' 508-295-7059), . Fresh cranberries, carefully harvested from family owned bogs. The cranberry chutney features fresh whole berries and pure maple syrup.edit
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