It took a couple of years to open after installation, but the inclined elevator at the Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum is up and running. Grab a ride up to the grounds and visit the site. Timed tickets are $20 for adults, up to $16 for kids, includes everything PMPM has to offer and are available online.
Provincetown native Oriana Conklin has purchased the East End Market at 212 Bradford St. and has added fresh house-baked goods and more to the historic market. It’s open from 8 am to 6 p.m., and the grill is hot until 3 p.m.
Provincetown Hall is lit in blue and yellow in solidarity with Ukraine.
The rising sun over Provincetown Harbor is a reminder that spring is near.
A single day of spring-like weather, coupled with the reopening of Joe’s Coffee, was a sweet treat on Valentine’s Day weekend.
The Atlantic House Little Bar, perhaps the oldest continuously operated pub in America, was frequented by Nobel Prize-winning playwright Eugene O’Neill (above) and later by Tennessee Williams, who met the love of his life there. The A-House is decked out for the holiday season but is open all year round.
Holly Folly brings shoppers to town, including many to the Canteen’s Holiday Marketplace.
The 2018 Provincetown AIDS Memorial “Remembering” by Lauren Ewing, was adorned with roses on Dec. 1 for World AIDS Day, the theme of which was “Ending the HIV Epidemic: Equitable Access, Everyone’s Voice.”
You never know who will appear in Provincetown, including these pirates who spent a whole day singing at different spots on Commercial Street.
Esteban Del Valle finishes his mural “Time and the Town” on the west side of Marine Specialties at 235 Commercial St. Funded by the Provincetown Public Art Foundation, locals will recognize tributes to Provincetowners of the past and present.