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The moors by Elizabeth Brooke
A Nature Lover’s Guide to Provincetown: Hiking, Wildlife, and Scenery

On the outer edge of Cape Cod, we’re surrounded by picturesque beaches, miles of dunes, sheltered wildlife areas, and scenic trails in every direction, with Provincetown hikes providing access to pristine nature. Whether in the springtime and summer, with wildflowers blooming and birds migrating, or during the peak colors of autumn foliage and brisk and Continue Reading

A Christmas wreath by the door: Celebrate your holidays in Provincetown in winter
A Winter Wonderland: Explore Provincetown in Winter

When you think of Provincetown, Massachusetts, your mind likely conjures images of bustling summer streets, vibrant festivals, and sandy beaches. However, Provincetown, in the winter months, offers a different kind of charm that’s equally enchanting and worth experiencing. While we may not be your typical beach destination during the winter months, Provincetown has a unique Continue Reading

Celebrating on the Cape: Can’t-Miss Provincetown Events Over the Holidays

Provincetown Events 2023: A Cheerful Holiday Season with Lights and Festivities With the early November ceremonial lighting of the Pilgrim Monument – its 252-foot high tower glows every evening with holiday lights, like a massive Christmas tree overlooking the harbor – the holiday season officially gets underway in Provincetown. As the birthplace of the first Continue Reading

Spooky Soirees and Fall Festivities: Your Guide to Provincetown Halloween

As the busy stretch of summer on Cape Cod gives way to ‘shoulder season,’ it’s a more laidback time of year, with fewer crowds at local beaches and restaurants and a quieter scene as fall sets in. The autumn light is stunning along the miles of dunes and Cape Cod Bay, making the downtown Provincetown Continue Reading

Provincetown beach by Elizabeth G. Brooke
Galleries in Provincetown

Seaside Artistry: The Rich Art Scene of Provincetown For over a century, artists and art lovers have flocked to Provincetown, attracted to the beautiful dune and ocean landscapes, inclusive and bohemian culture, and thriving galleries in Provincetown. Our town holds a special place as the oldest continuous art colony in the country, beginning at the Continue Reading

Walking tour Provincetown, enjoy all the great places this beautiful place has to offer.
Walking Through History and Along the Sea: A Self-Guided Tour of Provincetown

Provincetown’s small footprint, surrounded by Cape Cod Bay and the Atlantic Ocean on either side, makes it easily walkable and perfect to explore on foot. From the always-active marina and towering Pilgrim Monument in the center of town, centuries-old houses alongside seaside lanes on the west end, and art of every style on the east Continue Reading

woman sitting infront of the window with ocean view in a restaurant
A Culinary Journey Through Provincetown Restaurants – The Best Can’t-Miss Local Eateries

The food scene on the Outer Cape is vibrant and wide-ranging, with Provincetown restaurants that specialize in everything from the freshest seafood and classic brunch to romantic ambiance and casual but delicious dishes, all just a scenic walk, bike ride, or quick drive from our Provincetown bed and breakfast. All of them are open year-round, Continue Reading

Dog enjoying a car ride in Pet Friendly Provincetown.
Pawsitively Perfect: Exploring Provincetown’s Best Dog Parks and Pet-Friendly Hotspots!

For dog lovers and their canine companions, the charm of Provincetown, Massachusetts, extends far beyond its sandy beaches and renowned seafood restaurants. The town is brimming with pet-friendly locales that ensure fun and frolic for you and your furry friend. It has been voted as the most pet-friendly town year after year! In fact, P-Town should be Continue Reading

Old school drive in theater - colorized by Elizabeth G. Brooke
Enjoy a Summer Movie at the Wellfleet Drive-In Theater

A Charming Relic From Another Time, Still Going Strong Seeing a movie at the Wellfleet Drive-In is a blast to the past, a dose of nostalgia for those who grew up when drive-in theaters were still hugely popular – there were once over 4,000 drive-ins throughout the United States – and a new experience for Continue Reading

ferry silhouette on a cruise
Everything You Need to Know About the Boston Ferry

On a clear day, you can see the Boston skyline from the top level of the Provincetown Pilgrim Monument, 40 miles across Cape Cod Bay and Massachusetts Bay. Instead of driving 120 miles from Boston to Provincetown and contending with backed-up summertime traffic, jump on the Boston Ferry and relax while taking in gorgeous views Continue Reading


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