Provincetown Things to Do

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  • 1. Pilgrim Monument

    252 feet tall, 200 steps to climb. This little bit of exercise will cost you $5 admission but parking is free and normally available nearby. The Pilgrim Monument is open to visitors daily from 9 a.m....

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  • 2. Race Point Beach

    If you look at a map of Cape Cod, Race Point is at the very northern tip, that little wispy bit of land stretching out into the sea. Part of the Province Lands...

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  • 3. The Province Lands

    Part of the Cape Cod National Seashore, a U.S. National Park, the Province Lands are perhaps one of the only untouched natural coastal areas left in...

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  • 4. Renting Bikes

    There are a lot of places to rent bikes from, and it's a great way to visit the National Seashore Park and surrounding area. We got ours from Arnold’s...

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  • 5. Provincetown Trolley, Inc.

    “Sit back, relax and enjoy the most interesting and informative trolley tour in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.”This narrated tour lasts about 40 minutes,...

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  • 6. Dune Tours & Hikes

    A trip through the parabolic dunes on the north side of Provincetown is something no visitor should miss. You can go out on Art's Dune Tours (big comfortable...

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  • 7. trolley ride

    The Provincetown trolley leaves several times a day from in front of Town Hall on Commercial Street and can drop and pick up in a few other locations as well....

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  • 8. Province Lands Visitor Center

    The Province Lands Visitor Center makes for a nice stop at the Cape Cod National Seashore in Provincetown. Displays explain the natural environment of the area....

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  • 9. Whale Watch

    I have heard that August and September are the best time to do this. We encountered many people who have been returning every years for over 30 and I suspect...

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  • 10. Check out where it is ! maps included

    Seeing Provincetown on the map gives you a better idea of what the place is like, I think. You are definately driving out into the ocean here. It's quite a...

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  • 11. Seaside architecture ~

    Natural shingles, picket fences, interesting gates framing precious little gardens filled with perennials...large or small...each house has its own beauty. So...

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  • 12. Gardens filled with perennial favorites

    I don't know who is doing all the gardening out there at the end of the Cape, but whoever it is...they are certainly spending plenty of time on making their...

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  • 13. Provincetown Art Museum

    I didn't visit this museum but I'm told their collections are wonderful. They outgrew their original building...next door. Lots of discussions and arguements...

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  • 14. Asian your passion?

    You can find some wonderful Asian imports in one of the shops. Some of the things in the specialty shops are expensive, but one of a kind focus items which you...

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  • 15. Inviting Arcade

    Shopping is more fun when the building is interesting. Such is the case with this arcade filled with colorful treasures for you to carry home. As you pass...

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  • 16. Landmarks and special places

    The Masons built the tower as the PILGRIM MONUMENT on Provincetown many years ago during the Roosevelt Administration. I'm not sure why it was a project of the...

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  • 17. Mix it up w/ the hustle and bustle of P-town

    Provincetown is known for it's narrow crowded streets filled with interesting shops, galleries, and folks of all description. You can find just about...

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  • 18. Provincetown ("P-town")

    We spent one day in Provincetown, the outer-most town in the Cape. It is known as 'P-town' by tourists (I'm not sure how the locals feel about that!). It is a...

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  • 19. The Pier

    Provincetown's pier is just off the main part of Commercial Street. Not only is it beautiful, and God it really is, but it's got a lot of things to do. From the...

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  • 20. Commercial Street

    Commercial Street is pretty much Provincetown's main drag. It's where most of its shops and restaurants and clubs are located. It's a one-way street so...

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  • 21. Herring Cove Beach

    A beautiful, quiet beach. Perfect for relaxing on a summer day! There's plenty of parking, the beach is very easy to get to (just off Route 6). The sand is...

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  • 22. Critter Cruising

    The Critter Cruise from Viking Princess Cruises is a one and one-quarter hour marine life excursion around Provincetown Harbor. We pulled up a lobster trap,...

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  • 23. Quirky Provincetown

    My host family at Cape Cod drove me to Provincetown for an afternoon. Provincetown is located at the tip of the hook-like cape. Walking along the streets of...

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  • 24. Clapperboard

    But one of the simple pleasures of Provincetown is walking the streets. Clapperboard abounds, creating an archetypal New England environment. White, grey, blue,...

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  • 25. Quayside

    A simple pleasure but something that continues to draw people is the checking out of the fishing boats on the quayside. it's not very big in Provincetown, but...

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