The Winthrop Street Cemetery is distinct as the oldest cemetery in Provincetown, and was also prominently featured in American Horror Story’s Red Tide.
Provincetown Hall is lit in blue and yellow in solidarity with Ukraine.
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.
The sand sparkles in the rising sun at Coast Guard Beach in North Truro.
One of the interesting free tours you can take when you stay with us this season! Biologist, educator and writer Dennis Minsky will lead an exploration of the diverse plants and animals on Old Colony Nature Pathway (which the Cape Cod railroad once ran through), Whistle Path Woods, Fox Run and Dwyer Family Woodlands, many of which change with the season. See nature in action while learning about birds, blooming swamp azaleas and the unique Atlantic White Cedar Swamp at Fox Run.
A rarely-trodden Provincetown path leads to a near-frozen pond, with the snow lending the landscape a new look.
There’s some working happening in the house in which Rear Admiral Donald MacMillan (1874-1970) lived at 473 Commercial St. in Provincetown. The town’s wharf is named for its most famous resident—McMillan was an arctic explorer, geographer and naturalist who, despite all his travels, lived close to where he was born.
It’s a sign of the times: artist Steve Kennedy’s new sign, which depicts local fishermen and pays tribute to iconic doryman Eddie Ritter, welcomes those coming into Provincetown by way of Commercial Street/Route 6A. The previous sign, which was more than 15 years old and painted by Frank Milby, faded over the years.
Here Are Just Some Of The Exciting Events Coming Up:
- Oct 30 – Nov 3: Halloween Weekend
- Oct 31 – Nov 4: Spooky Bear Weekend
- Nov 22 – 24: Mr. New England Leather Weekend
- Nov 27: Lighting of the Pilgrim Monument
- Nov 28 – Dec 1: Thanksgiving Weekend
- Nov 29: Annual Day After Thanksgiving Drag Bingo with Tiki Bronstein!
- Nov 30: Lighting of the Lobster Pot Tree
- Dec 6 – 8: Holly Folly
- Dec 7: Boston Gay Men’s Chorus A Super GAY Christmas!
- Dec 13 – 14: Outer Cape Chorale Concert
- Dec 27 – Jan 2: First Light
- Dec 29: New Year’s Eve Fireworks @ 5:30 PM
We love a travel quote to get us inspired to explore new places! Here are a few of our favorite “wanderlust-quotes” that get us right in the mood to head to Provincetown!
“I see my path, but I don’t know where it leads. Not knowing where I’m going is what inspires me to travel it.” – Rosalia de Castro
“I never travel without my diary. One should always have something sensational to read in the train.” – Oscar Wilde
“A man practices the art of adventure when he breaks the chain of routine and renews his life through reading new books, traveling to new places, making new friends, taking up new hobbies and adopting new viewpoints.” – Wilfred Peterson
“Here’s to freedom, cheers to art. Here’s to having an excellent adventure and may the stopping never start.” – Jason Mraz
“The biggest adventure you can ever take is to live the life of your dreams.” – Oprah Winfrey
“I always wonder why birds choose to stay in the same place when they can fly anywhere on the earth, then I ask myself the same question.” – Harun Yahya
“Half the fun of the travel is the esthetic of lostness.” – Ray Bradbury
“Experience, travel – these are as education in themselves” – Euripides
What are your favorite travel quotes?