Summer Guide Cape Cod

Summer Guide Cape Cod 2020

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Page 11 of 147 10 Help us raise sails and enjoy a new view of Provincetown Find us at MacMillan Pier Since 1946 | Couples, groups, & families | 3 trips daily | Charters available EXPERIENCE TRUE SAILING HISTORIC 1925 SCHOONER HINDU Sailing in Provincetown June-September, 2020 SCHOONER HINDU After more than 65 years of sailing out of Prov- incetown Harbor since 1946, the Schooner Hindu 1925 is a local legend and a must-do during any trip to the outer reaches of the Cape. Aboard an afternoon or sunset cruise, you can help the crew raise sail, get behind the helm, or just sit back and enjoy. Hindu lets you take home an unforgettable story of breathtaking views, peaceful company, and an authentic sailing experience aboard an elegant, 90 year-old piece of history. MacMillian Pier, slip #10W, Provincetown.; 508 542-2996; Map A-8 PROVINCETOWN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Commemorating 400 years since the Mayflower Pilgrims' First Landing in the New World here at Provincetown in 1620 and the signing of the May- flower Compact. Steeped in history, Provincetown is the birthplace of American Liberty, America's oldest, continuous art colony and a safe haven for residents and visitors alike. With over 200 accommodations, 80 eateries, 60 art galleries, renowned beaches, vi- brant nightlife and entertainment, Provincetown is a one-stop-shop destination on Cape Cod. Provinc- etown Chamber of Commerce Visitors Information Center at the base of MacMillan Wharf open daily. 508-487-3424 Map A-8 PILGRIM MONUMENT & PROVINCETOWN MUSEUM The 252 foot granite Pilgrim Monument commemo- rates the landing of the Mayflower Pilgrims in 1620 in Provincetown. The spectacular view from the top takes in Provincetown Harbor, Cape Cod Bay, the Atlantic Ocean, and on clear days Plymouth and the Boston skyline. The Museum offers exhibits on lo- cal history – highlighting the arrival of the Pilgrims, Provincetown's rich maritime history, the early days of American theatre, and the building of the Monu- ment. There is a museum store, a picnic area and parking. High Pole Hill, Provincetown; 508 487- 1310; Map A-8; Stunning Views, Amazing Museum & Special Events

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