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Falmouth . . . a great place to discover!

You can't describe Falmouth, you must see it by bike, by foot, and by studying a map. Click on Falmouth Photo Album to get a flavor of the many faces of Falmouth.

With water on two sides, Falmouth has many inlets, bays, harbors, and ponds. It is a wonderful place of discovery for the naturalist, artist, photographer, golfer, runner, and visitor. You'll find sandy beaches, golf courses, restaurants, charter boats, villages, plenty of shopping, quaint B and B's in which to relax, movie and live theaters.

We have galleries, museums, libraries, book stores, an aquarium, and many people who return year after year because they can't get enough of Falmouth. Of these, over 33,000 finally decided to stay and now enjoy Falmouth all year long.

Falmouth Green

Exploring Falmouth's many trails and nature walks will give you the opportunity to think about its geology, evolution and history from the last ice age and early settlers to its current impact on undersea exploration and environmental issues, as well as the opportunity to study native flora and fauna including an endangered species or two.

To begin your discovery of Falmouth, please call us at (508) 540-9922 and we'll be happy to give you a map to get you started on the right foot. For more complete information about Falmouth's history, please visit the website of the Falmouth Historical Society. Better still, visit the Society in person off the Falmouth Green and while you're at it, stroll past the birthplace of Katharine Lee Bates, author of "America the Beautiful," just around the corner.

shells of Falmouth MA on Cape Cod

Key Features
Originally settled almost 9,000 years ago by paleoindians, the first English settlers arrived in Falmouth in the early 1600's. Its present population is over 33,000 people in an area of 44.5 square miles with a 77 mile coastline along its southern and western coasts. Eleven harbors make it a boating paradise.

Falmouth Schools. The educational system is excellent with a very high percentage
of its graduates attending college. Included is public education from K-12, Lawrence
Academy, Cape Cod Community College in Barnstable, the world famous Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute and Marine Biological Lab, plus continuing education for adults of all ages.

There are two hospitals and plenty of cultural and recreational activities in the area including a year round Sports Center with tennis, racketball, massage, and exercise equipment which attract residents from all the neighboring towns.

The Town of Falmouth Web site, has a wealth of information about property values, the school system, town services, and other useful links.

For more information about Falmouth, please visit This is Falmouth. dfk.

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