Things to Do Near Provincetown, Massachusetts

From whale watching to cultural activities, there is always something to do in Provincetown. Explore the bike trails and dunes in the Cape Cod Natural Sanctuary, relax on pristine beaches, visit local wineries or visit historic sites like the Pilgrim Monument. Provincetown is the place to be!

Herring Cove Beach

Herring Cove Beach offers you the chance to see beach as far as the eye can see. The water is not too cold at the beach, and it is part of the National Seashore. The beach offers a gorgeous view, that you cannot find anywhere else.

Pilgrim Monument

The Pilgrim Monument was founded in 1892, to commemorate the Mayflower Pilgrim's very first landing in the New World. They spent five weeks in and around Provincetown before they went on to Plymouth.

Race Point Lighthouse

The Race Point Lighthouse was built in 1816 and included one of the earliest revolving lights. The Keeper's house was built a little bit later in 1840. The lighthouse is still an active lighthouse, aiding all the ships out at sea.
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