Once known primarily for its whaling and trade industry dating back to the 17th Century, Cape Cod today is one of the world's best-known summer vacation spots renowned worldwide for its beautiful windswept beaches, laid-back lifestyle, quaint villages and harbors, seafood shacksand lighthouses.
All situated within Barnstable County in Massachusetts, "The Cape” stretches from the eclectic and bustling village of Provincetown in the northeast to Woods Hole in the southwest and bordered by Plymouth county to the northwest. This amazing and alluring landscape of unique natural beauty - with miles of beautiful, white-sand beaches and dunes and lush, fascinating marshes teeming with incredibly diverse wildlife – attracts more than 5 million visitors annually.
Xplorer Maps donates a portion of all proceeds from the sale of these maps to the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History. Please visit www.ccmnh.org to learn more about their mission to inspire appreciation, understanding and stewardship of our natural environment and wildlife through discovery and learning.
The Cape Cod map is 24" x 18" unframed.
**FOR A LIMITED TIME - we are offering 100 signed and numbered limited giclee prints! Giclee prints are 28" x 22" unframed.
Looking for a custom matted and framed piece? Choose from Montana hand-scraped pine, antique maple burl, rustic Montana barn wood or reclaimed Flathead Lake larch. (Learn more about the Flathead Lake Larch here). You can also choose between green and blue mats. All frames come standard with conservation clear glass which is guaranteed 99% UV protection. Upgrade to Museum glass which also guarantees 99% UV protection but also provides ZERO GLARE - this is the quality glass you would find in gallery settings. You can also request a complete customization by emailing us.Email us
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