Beaconlight Guest House
12 Winthrop Street, Provincetown, MA, UShttp://www.beaconlightguesthouse.com1 (800) 696-9603Provincetown is located at the tip of Cape Cod, Massachusetts, 116 miles from Boston and is easily accessible by car, bus, ferry, and air.
Cape Cod National Seashore
Race Point Roadhttp://www.nps.gov/caco/index.htm(508) 771-2144The great Outer Beach described by Thoreau in the 1800s is protected within the national seashore. Forty miles of pristine sandy beach, marshes, ponds, and uplands support diverse species. Lighthouses, cultural landscapes, and wild cranberry bogs offer a glimpse of Cape Cod's past and continuing ways of life. Swimming beaches and walking and biking trails beckon today's visitors.
MacMillan Pierhttp://www.whalewatch.com800-826-9300The whale watching season has began and the trips have been great! Trips are departing daily so join us out on the water. On each trip we offer a great program for young and old guided by experienced naturalists. Remember not all whale watches are alike so get a local opinion. Dolphin Fleet adheres to NOAA Northeast whale watching guidelines and is an active participant to the whale sense program. Visit the whale sense web site to learn about responsible whale watching and the whale sense program.
Provincetown Center for Coastal Studies
115 Bradford Streethttp://www.coastalstudies.org(508) 487-3622The Provincetown Center for Coastal Studies sits at the end of the land and the beginning of the sea. Our vantage point, at the tip of Cape Cod, allows us to work in the midst of an extraordinary ecosystem where all things converge. It is the place where the temperate zone and the sub-boreal zone meet, where the sandy shore knows its northernmost reach and the rocky shore is about to begin. The explosion of upwelling nutrients just offshore and the convergence of many habitats means an explosion of wildlife as well, a home to feed and breed for shorebirds and turtles, whales and dolphins, seals and ground fish, sponges and periwinkles, sea urchins and sand dollars.
Bubala's By the Bay
183 Commercial Street #185http://www.bubalas.com(508) 487-0773Bubala's is a buzzing bistro located at 183-85 Commercial Street at the beginning of the West End of Provincetown, Massachusetts, at the tip of Cape Cod. Bubala's has become a local institution known for serving fantastic food made with high quality ingredients while operating in a FUN atmosphere.
179 Commercial Streethttp://www.jimmyshideaway.com(508) 487-1011The owners Jim McNutty and Raife Menold are partners in life and in Jimmy's HideAway. Long time residents of Provincetown and Truro, both were well known local residents prior to opening their restaurant as both had worked many years in P.Town restaurants. Their years of experience plus their staff's many years of experience helped create the formula to make The HideAway a success from it's opening day, May 15, 2007. Of course having a great chef and kitchen staff that prepares wonderful dishes is a major contributing factor too.
175 Bradford Street Exthttp://www.victorsptown.com(508) 487-1777This new addition to Provincetown's culinary landscape offers a unique dining experience, especially geared toward people who like to enjoy upscale, casual dining with friends. Victor's offers a delicious "small plates" dinner menu of New American cuisine, sized for tasting and sharing with friends and family.
Arts and Culture
238 Bradford Streethttp://www.provincetowntheater.org(508) 487-7487Long considered to be the birthplace of modern American theater, Provincetown is where Eugene O’Neill and Susan Glaspell formed the original Provincetown Players in 1916. Throughout the 20th century, Tennessee Williams and countless other playwrights, actors and directors have realized their talents here on the outermost tip of Cape Cod.
Pilgrim Monument and Museum
High Pole Roadhttp://www.pilgrim-monument.org508.487.1310The Pilgrim Monument commemorates the history of the Mayflower Pilgrims, their arrival and stay in Provincetown Harbor, and the signing of the Mayflower Compact. It is the tallest all-granite structure in the United States. Visitors can walk to the top on a series of stairs and ramps. During the climb, you’ll see many interior stones donated by cities, towns, and organizations from all over the United States. The view from the top is spectacular.
Fine Arts Work Center
24 Pearl Streethttp://www.fawc.org/index.php(508) 487-9960The Fine Arts Work Center, a non-profit enterprise, is devoted to encouraging the growth and development of emerging visual artists and writers through residency programs, to the propagation of aesthetic values and experience, and to the restoration of the year-round vitality of the historic art colony of Provincetown.
Provincetown Art Association and Museum
460 Commercial Streethttp://www.paam.org(508) 487-1750The objects and purposes of this association shall be to promote and cultivate the practice and appreciation of all branches of the fine arts, to assemble and maintain in the town of Provincetown and environs a collection of works of art of merit, to hold exhibitions, and by forums, concerts and similar activities to promote education of the public in the arts and social intercourse between artists and laymen. To these ends it shall operate strictly within its charter as a nonprofit, educational, artistic and cultural organization.
Boston Harbor Cruises
1 Long Wharfhttp://www.bostonharborcruises.com(617) 227-4321Enjoy historic and scenic sites on the Provincetown Ferry, while relaxing in the refreshing sea breeze as we whisk you away to the restaurants, beaches, shopping and nightlife unique to Provincetown and the Outer Cape. landing in the heart of Provincetown in just 90 minutes. Ferries run seasonally mid May to mid October.
660 Barnstable Roadhttps://www.capeair.com(866) 227-3247Cape Air's roots are planted in New England, where we serve 18 locations from our hub at Boston's Logan Airport, Fly from Boston to Provincetown in 20 minutes. Year round service is available.
Plymouth to Provincetown Ferry
77 Water Streethttp://www.provincetownferry.com(508) 747-2400Fastest and Most Direct Route to Provincetown Take the Express Route to Provincetown and get there in half the time it would take to drive. Enjoy a narrated tour of historic Plymouth Harbor as we get under way, followed by a fast, comfortable ride across Cape Cod Bay. Operated seasonally.
Plymouth & Brockton Street Railway Co
8 Industrial Park Roadhttp://www.p-b.com(508) 746-0378Plymouth & Brockton has been serving the traveling public since 1888—making us: “America’s Most Experienced Bus Line.” Let us help you get to where you need to go. check their website for current schedules.