Outer Cape & Provincetown Tour

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Tour includes Provincetown, Dunes, National Seashore beach Truro, Wellfleet town

Provincetown
– Stroll the historic streets and harborfront

Cape Cod National Seashore, Outer Cape
– Pamet Beach at Truro
– Province Lands Visitor Center vistas
– Provincetown Dune Tour (one hour) – $32 (details below)

Wellfleet town
– Picturesque fishing village on the Cape north shore. http://www.wellfleet-ma.gov
– Walk pier & buy take out seafood and ice cream at Mac’s (their picnic tables are on waterfront)
– Great Island marsh walk and beach visit (time permitting)

SPECIFICS FOLLOW

Provincetown information

http://www.provincetowntourismoffice.org/
http://www.provincetown-ma.gov/
http://www.visit-provincetown.com

Provincetown video

Enjoy a video on YouTube.com about Provincetown called “A Walk in Provinetown” produced May 24, 2015

http://www.cbsnews.com/news/a-walk-in-provincetown/

Henry David Thoreau described Cape Cod as “the bared and bended arm of Massachusetts.” If you go to the very, end of that arm, you’ll arrive at Provincetown.

“P-town,” as it’s known, is one of America’s oldest arts colonies — a longtime sanctuary for novelists, playwrights, painters and Pilgrims. In 1620, the Pilgrims landed first in Provincetown before heading on to Plymouth, and Provincetown has the monument to prove it.
Museums

Pilgrim Monument & Provincetown Museum

Location: High Pole Hill Road

http://www.pilgrim-monument.org

$12; $10 + 65 years Open 9-5 Climb the monument
The Provincetown Museum, at the base of the Pilgrim Monument, features a unique collection of exhibits that depict important events and people in Provincetown history and our nation’s history. Exhibits also include the arts, the fishing community, and Provincetown’s rich tourist culture.
The Monument commemorates the history of the Mayflower Pilgrims. It’s the tallest all-granite structure in the United States. Come climb to the top on a series of stairs and ramps and you’ll be rewarded with a spectacular view of Provincetown and beyond. 252 feet high
Museum features history of Provincetown and the Outer Cape with exhibits on the Pilgrims and the Mayflower, as well as the monument itself.

Expedition – Whydah Sea Lab and Learning Center

http://www.discoverpirates.com/provincetown

Location: 16 MacMillan Wharf, Provincetown Open times: 10am.- 5 pm daily
Features treasures from the Whydah (an authentic pirate shipwreck ) as well as displays on diving, artifact conservation and the lives of pirates. $5 for adults (flagship museum “Whydah Pirate Museum” developed with National Geographic, is now open in West Yarmouth http://www.discoverpirates.com )

Dune Tour on the dunes of the Cape Cod National Seashore (one hour tour) out of Provincetown
Arts Dune Tours
http://www.ArtsDuneTours.com

Company owns several vehicles. Will put 7 persons in each car. Price: $30-$32 per person
Enjoy the natural beauty of the Cape Cod Sand Dunes. Take a tour of the peaked hill bars historic district sand dunes on the Provincetown Cape Cod National Seashore protected lands.
Imagine dunes stretching as far as you can see with wispy beach grass, dark green pine trees and deep red beach plums nestled in hollows which are brought together by a silhouette of blue sky. Your guide will point out the “dune shacks” where famous artists and writers like Eugene O’Neill and Harry Kemp became inspired to create their art. You will also pass the remains of the Peaked Hill Life Saving Station.

Cape Cod National Seashore
https://www.nps.gov/caco/index.htm

(see separate link on this website for Cape Cod National Seashore)

Wellfleet

http://www.wellfleet-ma.gov/

(see separate link on this website for Wellfleet)

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