Door 34 locals aangeraden
Tips van locals
Provincetown is a fun day trip - whether you walk the streets and enjoy local flavor, or venture out to rocky beaches, or you enjoy local cuisine of Portuguese settlers. Provincetown Monument is a spot to visit during any time of the year - you can climb all the way to the top of this granite tower…
The Pilgrim Monument in Provincetown was built between 1907 and 1910 to commemorate the first landfall of the Pilgrims in 1620 and the signing of the Mayflower Compact in Provincetown Harbor. Climb 116 stairs (a gentle climb) to amazing views at the top! The Provincetown Museum is at its base.
A 252-foot tower to commemorate the Pilgrim's first landing. You can climb to the top to see great views of the Cape.
Walk to the top of this iconic Ptown site. It is strenous trek up the stairs so make sure you are feeling up to it and hydrated. Worth the walk for the 360 view of Ptown and Cape Cod.
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Andere aanbevelingen van locals
“Tucked in the quiet east end, The Mews is open year round and has gluten free options. A must dine experience. As always, reservations are recommended. The Mews hosts a weekly Monday night open mic. ”
- Door 30 locals aangeraden
“This is a beautiful beach located in Provincetown and is part of the Cape Cod National Seashore. Beautiful at sunset. Hiking and biking available in the area as well as commercial dune tours.”
- Door 31 locals aangeraden
“One of Ptown's classic, legendary queer nightspots, it's actually three venues in one: Little Bar, Macho Bar, and the main House, which itself has up to six bars operating indoors and outdoors during the high summer season. A fun place to finish up a night on the town. Little Bar is a friendly pub without dancing, and Macho Bar (upstairs) is more of a men-only affair with adult film on the TVs and a more sexual vibe.”
- Door 12 locals aangeraden
“Get there around 5PM and enjoy the fading sun off the deck with really great cocktails. You'll feel the energy of a happy crowd of people enjoying Ptown and each other.”
- Door 24 locals aangeraden
“Parking. Trendy and fairly expensive. People love this restaurant for the incredible views of the bay especially during sunset. They also have an oyster bar during the afternoon if you want to sit in an Adirondack chair and stare at the water.”
- Door 25 locals aangeraden