Falmouth is a large town geographically, and probably has one of the longest coastlines in the State. Consequently, there is a lot of land development with high value, high demand, and the choice views that create real property wealth. There is a lot of very attractive development in the community because people have the money to invest in those waterfront or water-view properties At the same time, Falmouth has a lot of agencies that are very attentive to the environmental demands of that coastline, whether it be the Planning Board, the Zoning Board of Appeals, the Conservation Commission, the Department of Natural Resources, Shellfish Warden, Harbormaster and the Board of Selectmen. Large geographical tracts of land have been set aside for public conservation, not necessarily exclusively waterfront, but some of the woodland and back land areas that are the natural habitat for wildlife and are locations that also serve to enhance the attractiveness of the community. Falmouth, like every community tries to retain attractiveness in the face of growth pressure.
Southeastern Massachusetts,situated on the shoulder, or southwest end, of Cape Cod. Bordered by Bourne and Sandwich on the north; Mashpee on the east; Buzzards Bay on the west; and Gosnold, Vineyard Sound, and Nantucket Sound on the south. Falmouth is 72 miles southeast of Boston and 239 miles from New York City. Town offices are located at 59 Town Hall Square, Falmouth, MA 02540. The Main Number is 508-548-7611.
|Buzzards Bay Discovery Center||21 Luscombe Ave||508-540-6222 Ext 220||Woods Hole||Seasonal. End of May to September. Hours: 10am–4pm (weekends only end of May to middle of June ; Friday-Tuesday middle of June to September) Interactive exhibits, includes touch tank and groundwater model. Learn about issues facing Buzzards Bay, discover how groundwater moves, and get up close with sea stars, hermit crabs, whelks, more. FREE!|
|Waquoit Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve Visitor Center||Route 28||508-457-0495||East Falmouth||Located on a bluff overlooking Waquoit Bay, the headquarters is the site of research on coastal waters and how people impact them. Displays and activities; nature trails. Free admission to the Visitor Center. Hours: The Reserve Headquarters/Offices is open Monday-Friday from 9:00-5:00. The Visitor Center is open 7/days week from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. in July and August.|
|Art's Bike Shop||75 County Rd||508-563-7379||Falmouth||No Description Available|
|Arts Alive Festival '12||Falmouth Library - 300 Main St||508-548-2892||Falmouth||June 22, 5 to 9 PM - Town Dance, 7 to 9 PM June 23, 10 AM to 9 PM - Rock Alive, 6 to 9 PM June 24, 11 AM to 5 PM A 3 day celebration of the arts on the Upper Cape. Over 60 performances - music of all kinds - and 50 arts and crafts vendors Town Dance Friday night, Rock Alive Saturday night.|
|Badfish Outfitters||80 Davis Straits||508-388-7480||Falmouth|
|Ballymeade Country Club||125 Falmouth Woods Rd||508-540-4005||North Falmouth||Course Designed by PGA Professional Chi Chi Rodriguez -Semi-Private(Open to thePublic), 18 Holes/Par 72|
|Barnstable County Fair||1220 Nathan Ellis Highway - Route 151||508-563-3200||East Falmouth|
|Bellezza Day Spa||221 Main Street||508-299-8300||Falmouth||full-service day spa located in historic Falmouth Village|
|Bike Zone||273 Teaticket Hwy||508-540-2453||Falmouth||No Description Available|
|Board Stiff, Sole Optics||193 Main Street||(508) 540-9555||Falmouth|