10 Things to Do in Provincetown, MA on Vacation

Provincetown, Massachusetts has a vibrant, historical culture with a plethora of great activities. Whether you want to dine out, go swimming, visit a museum, check out cool shops or take in a movie, Provincetown is a wonderful and popular destination that will provide you and your family with loads of exciting fun.
The following is just a sampling of the fantastic ways to spend your vacation in Provincetown.

1) Art’s Dune Tours
Your Cape Cod dune tour will be a fun adventure for the whole family. You will see ethereal dunes lined up as far as the eye can see. As you journey through the majestic area, you will explore the beautiful dunes of Provincetown Cape Cod Seashore and much more.

2) Cape Cod National Seashore
The shore awaits you, consisting of 40 miles of pristine beach, uplands and marshes. It is dotted with lighthouses and culural landscapes that offer a peek into Cape Cod’s interesting past and present. You can swim at the beaches or check out the walking and biking trails.

3) Cape Native Secrets
Take an exciting eco-tour. You will explore tidal flats, harvest your own oysters and clams and view spectacular sunsets from the boat.

4) Moment Sailing
Captain Chris will guide you on your private sail aboard the beautiful yacht, Moment. You will explore the lovely beaches, lighthouses and wildlife that make Cape Cod such a popular tourist destination.

5) Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum
At 252 feet, the granite Pilgrim Monument commemorates the Mayflower Pilgrims. For almost 100 years, the monument has stood tall and been climbed by admiring visitors. At the base of the monument is the museum, which educates visitors about Provincetown’s rich history.

6) Fine Arts Work Center
A non-profit organization that seeks to support the growth and development of visual artists and writers, the Fine Arts Work Center has numerous cultural events and exhibitions year round.

7) Cabot’s Candy
A sweet tradition since 1927, Cabot’s Candy offers delectable fudge, taffy, truffles and more. Your family and friends will enjoy their tasty treats with a rich cultural ambiance.

8) Central House at the Crown & Anchor
Executive Chef Michele Ragussi prepares simple recipes with rustic flavors served with her unique twist. Seafood comed directly from local fishermen, so it’s delicious and fresh.

9) Whaler’s Wharf
A highly concentrated shopping area, you will find numerous market stalls, shops and even a tavern on the water as well as a mini movie theater.

10) Mussel Beach Health Club
This premiere health club offers exclusive discounts for guests of local inns.

No matter how you choose to spend your time, you are sure to have a super vacation in Provincetown, Massachusetts.

This post is a guest contribution from Admiral’s Landing, a bed and breakfast in Provincetown, MA.

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