Provincetown

Provincetown Travel Guide

Articles about Provincetown

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Hotels in Provincetown

This 19th-century compound centers on a pool and gardens. The clientele is very social (and mostly gay).

Restaurants in Provincetown

Well-heeled locals come here for jazz, rosé champagne, and the freshest raw oysters around (only $1.25 apiece at happy hour).

Things to do in Provincetown

A beaded mermaid curtain sets the tone at the kitschy Shell Shop, in Provincetown, opened in 1978 to supply beach houses up and down the Cape with shell-encrusted mirrors and starfish for propping in windows.