Art is all around us: Local musician-artist Chris Wilcox takes to the streets on a summer evening, preferring to play in front of Esteban del Valle’s new mural, “Time and the Town,” a tribute to Provincetown for which del Valle borrows the title of Mary Heaton Vorse’s Provincetown book.
These trees threatened to throw apples at those they encountered at Carnival on Thursday. Their perfect Somewhere Over the Rainbow costumes drew much fanfare and their spooky voices and perfect dialog put them over the top.
The Provincetown Police check out the murder scene of the Wicked Witch of the East at Provincetown’s Somewhere over the Rainbow Carnival on Thursday.
Lewis Brothers’ homemade ice cream at 310 Commercial St. is a must-stop for many Provincetown visitors. What’s your favorite flavor?
Tiptoe through the daffodils; Provincetown is in bloom.
There’s nothing like having ice cream on a sunny day in Provincetown.
The carriage has been added to the Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum’s vertical elevator, which is scheduled to start running in June.
The Provincetown Public Library isn’t simply a place to borrow books—it’s helping locals eat well by providing free fresh produce.
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.
The Highland Lighthouse (also known as Cape Cod Lighthouse) is one of the most famous on Cape Cod – and even included in Cape Cod by Henry David Thoreau in 1865:
“THIS LIGHT-HOUSE, known to mariners as the Cape Cod or Highland Light,
is one of our “primary sea-coast lights,” and is usually the first seen by
those approaching the entrance of Massachusetts Bay from Europe.”
What are some of your favorite lighthouses on Cape Cod?