The Town of Woods Hole
Throughout the scientific community and many trivia experts, Woods Hole is best known for the Oceanographics Institute, renowned for finding the Titanic with the deep-diving research submarine "ALVIN." Also located here, are the Marine Biological Laboratory and the Sea Education Association. The Nation marine Fisheries maintain what is said to be the oldest Aquarium in the country.
Woods Hole is known to locals and returning visitors alike as a seaside village filled with treasure of the Cape. It is easily reached from the town of Falmouth by the "Whoosh" trolley or by the "Shining Sea Bike path." Within walking distance are many shops, galleries, and restaurants frequented by passengers waiting for the next ferry to Martha's Vineyard or Nantucket Island. The U.S. Coast Guard has a base here open for touring and just a short distance away is the Nobska Lighthouse on Church Street. For History Buffs the Bradley House Museum and the Woods Hole Historical Collection are a must see.
Whether you desire to fish, shop and eat, or stroll down peaceful ocean paths, Woods Hole is your destination.
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