Provincetown

Provincetown Travel Guide

Articles about Provincetown

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Hotels in Provincetown

The inn has eight units in the 1836 Greek Revival mansion and an additional two garden cottages.

Restaurants in Provincetown

The upper and lower dining rooms of this East End Provincetown restaurant are as different as day and night. Upstairs, the Tuscany Room includes paintings from the namesake region, while the main room boasts big windows, high ceilings, mirrors, a brick fireplace, and a garden view.

Things to do in Provincetown

Located on the end of MacMillan Wharf, this small museum showcases artifacts from the only verified pirate shipwreck ever found: the Whydah, an 18th-century ship commanded by “Black Sam” Bellamy before it sank off the coast of Wellfleet, Massachusetts in 1717.