A rarely-trodden Provincetown path leads to a near-frozen pond, with the snow lending the landscape a new look.
Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum Reopens – visit one of the main attractions in Provincetown with stunning views of the entire area! You can find out more and buy tickets here.
Whale Watch Season Begins – one of the top attractions on the Cape is whale watching and there is no better place than in the Provincetown area. Find out more with Dolphin Fleet.
Patriot’s Day – Celebrate your favorite Boston holiday with some time down on the Cape to enjoy the great outdoors and all that Provincetown has to offer.
Gays for Patsy – a weekend of fun and dancing in Provincetown!
Get carried away in Provincetown this season. The Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum’s new inclined outdoor elevator, which will zip visitors from Bradford Street up to the monument grounds, is on track to be completed by June, executive director Dr. K. David Weider said. The cabin and carriage are on route to Provincetown and will take about four weeks to install.
If you are a hiker, you will love heading over to High Head Beach! From Provincetown, head South on Route 6. Just past the Outer Reach Resort (on the left), you will see a sign marked High Head Road. Take a left onto the gravel road and when you come to a fork in the road, don’t go up the hill. Stay to the left. You will see a small parking area with a portable restroom. Walk down the sandy road (closer to the parking area) for about 15 minutes. You will soon come to a beautiful beach with breathtaking views. The only way to get to the beach is by climbing down a steep sandy dune, but it will be well worth it. During the summer months there are hundreds of seals on the sandbars-a view you will never forget. A Truro beach sticker is required at this beach and parking is very limited.