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At the Heart of The Best Things to Do in Provincetown

Provincetown and Cape Cod are brimming with culture and history, so there's no shortage of must-see museums, monuments, and more. Check out our favorite things to do in and around P-town, from the eclectic arts scene and bohemian boutiques to the unique seafood dining and drink culture of Cape Cod.
Art's Dune Tours
Art's Dune Tours is running tours this summer! Must call to book your reservation.
Art's Dune Tours
Race Point Beach
Race Point Beach, one of the Cape Cod National Seashore beaches in Provincetown, is a secluded wonderland of relaxing activities that bring you closer to nature. Sunbathe and stroll along the wide stretch of surf, explore the sand dunes, or bring your bike to cycle along the Province Lands Bike Trail to find inspiring sights.
Race Point Beach at Provincetown
Pilgrim Monument & Provincetown Museum
A charming mix of the old and new, the historic nature of the Pilgrim Monument & Provincetown Museum is blended seamlessly with its modern location. Standing 252-feet tall the Pilgrim Monument commemorates the history of the Mayflower Pilgrims and the historical exhibits at the museum featuring the town's rich maritime history, make it the perfect place for an educational trip.
Pilgrim Monument & Provincetown Museum
Commercial Street
Whether you're looking to experience a culinary adventure or merely looking to admire the historical appeal of downtown Provincetown, Commercial street has a spot for everyone. Abuzz with a bevy of street-side events, this 3-mile stretch of boutique stores, restaurants, bars, and art galleries offers a range of activities that can easily fill your travel planner.
Commercial Street at Provincetown
Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown
The Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown is a non-profit organization focused on the development of emerging visual artists and writers. Offering fellowships and year-round cultural events and exhibits, the Work Center is designed to enliven Provincetown's historic art colony from inspiring poets, creative writers, and print artists as well!
Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown
Herring Cove Beach
Offering something for everyone in a town that embraces diversity, Herring Cove is a popular family-friendly bayside beach with calm waters that are safe for swimming, while the left side of the beach is designated as clothing optional.
Herring Cove Beach at Provincetown
Gallery Strolls
Every Friday night in the summer, visitors can browse over 40 participating art galleries as they do the stroll down Commercial, Bradford, and Shank Streets.
Commercial, Bradford and Shank Street
(508) 487-0011
Provincetown Art Association and Museum
The most-visited art museum on Cape Cod, displaying an eclectic collection of works from local artists since 1916 and hosting a full calendar of events and arts programs.
460 Commercial Street
(508) 487-1750
Provincetown Theater
A storied 200-seat theater, hosting and producing community-based and professional theater and known as "the birthplace of modern American theater."
238 Bradford Street
(508) 487-7487
Waters Edge Cinema
A 70-seat movie theater featuring independent and arthouse films, mini-film festivals, student films, and guest programming selections.
237 Commercial Street
(508) 413-9369
Cape Cod National Seashore
Featuring 11 walking trails and 3 biking trails within the park, this protected space offers 43,500 acres of dunes, woods, and miles of Atlantic shoreline to explore.
99 Marconi Site Road, Wellfleet
(508) 771-2144
Race Point Lighthouse
Keeper's house and whistle house built in 1816 on the northern tip of Cape Cod still active as a US Coast Guard navigation aid, with a 45-foot tower.
Northwest of Provincetown
(508) 487-9930
Sidekick Sidecar Tour
Get picked up at the hotel for an hour-long tour of the Outer Cape in a vintage sidecar including Race Point, the Province Lands, and the Moors. Goggles, helmets, and vintage photo included.
Sidekick Sidecar Tour
(508) 413-9541
Whydah Pirate Museum
Home to a real pirate shipwreck from 1717, this interactive science museum exhibits the world's only authenticated pirate treasure and artifacts.
674 MA-28, West Yarmouth
(508) 534-9571
Pilgrim Bark Park
Take in beautiful art sculptures while your dogs run free and socialize off-leash on an acre of enclosed space in Provicentown's most popular dog park.
Intersection of Rt 6 and Shank Painter Road
Jimmy's Hideaway
A favorite among locals and visitors in the know, Jimmy's serves inspired American cooking with European influences at this whimsical subterranean hideaway.
179 Commercial Street
(508) 487-1011
Post Office Cafe & Cabaret
One of the hottest acts in Provincetown, this bustling bar, restaurant, and cabaret offers some of the best lobster specials in town, a late-night dining menu, and captivating cabaret and comedy performances.
303 Commercial Street
(508) 487-0006
Bubala's By The Bay
A legendary, buzzing bistro serving fantastic fresh dishes and live music, from jazz to honky tonk, all against impressive harbor views.
185 Commercial Street
(508) 487-0773
Shop at Loveland
A treasure trove of sea-inspired bohemian wares from pottery and woodblock prints by local artists to Artiga totes, beach towels, and a stash of unique apothecary items.
120 Commercial Street
(508) 413-9500
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