Provincetown Vacations

United States
The place where the Pilgrims signed the Mayflower Compact is a delightful mélange of tranquil harbors, artistic influences, historical interests, adorable B&Bs, shops, restaurants, and beaches. You’ll find it on the northernmost tip of Cape Cod and two-thirds of the city is comprised of Cape Cod National Seashore . While …

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Things to see and do in Provincetown

smkybear | FlickrDolphin Fleet Whalewatch of Provincetown
Dolphin Fleet Whalewatch of Provincetown
Jason Planck | Trip by SkyscannerPilgrim Monument
Pilgrim Monument
albysbrain | FlickrRace Point Beach
Race Point Beach
spanginator | FlickrProvincetown Bike Trails
Provincetown Bike Trails
Paterson | Trip by SkyscannerHerring Cove Beach
Herring Cove Beach
sorenriise | FlickrWhale Watching
Whale Watching
ashleighb77 | FlickrProvincetown Marina
Provincetown Marina
Michael A | Trip by SkyscannerArt's Dune Tours
Art's Dune Tours
Massachusetts Office of Travel & Tourism | FlickrProvincetown Art Association & Museum
Provincetown Art Association & Museum

Reviews of Provincetown

D'Maris Coffman
D'Maris CoffmanLondon, UK

We spent the morning in Provincetown and enjoyed the vibe. Definitely an open and tolerant little town with a lot of cute shops and cafes. The beaches are better mid-island however, as the conservation area suggests.

Kristen C
Kristen C

"P-town" as it's commonly called is located about 45-50 min drive from West Dennis- and this historic town is as eclectic as it gets. Enjoy people-watching from any of the street benches while you eat fudge or ice cream offered on almost every corner. Great galleries, (artist colonies) terrific seafood and outdoor bars/patios. Easy to spend the day but plan for parking jams and don't hesitate to park about a 10 min walk away as you probably won't get closer- One way streets and "residents only" get to park in town off the Main street. Parking located in the Marina/harbor as well. Also fills up early in summer. From here catch fishing, or whale-watching boats. Can travel back to Boston from P-town.

Judith C
Judith CProvincetown, Massachusetts

minutes away , also great beaches, shopping, fine restaurants, shopping museums and more

Charles H
Charles H

Wonderful City to walk around and window shop. Lots of cool bars and places to have LOBSTER!

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