Summer Guide Cape Cod

Summer Guide Cape Cod 2018

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Page 17 of 147 16 ARTS DUNE TOURS We are in our 72nd year, we provide a fulfilling off-road tour experience to our family of visitors through the heart of the National Historic District of the Cape Cod National Seashore Park. We strive to provide a great value, exceptional service and an informative, fun experience that our customers will cherish. Our most satisfying reward is when our customers come back with their friends and fam- ily. 4 Standish Street, Provincetown. 508-487-1950 Map A-8 pROviNcETOwN chAmbER Of cOmmERcE Provincetown Chamber of Commerce is delighted to welcome visitors from all over the world to ex- perience a wonderful and unique destination at the tip of the magnificent peninsula known as Cape Cod. Surrounded by fabulous beaches, this walking town tourist mecca excels in one of a kind shopping, night life, dining and gallery experienc- es. So many events for all..just look at our calen- dar or call our visitor's center open every day just for you! Bicycle trails (great rentals), Dune Tours, Whale Watching, Friday night gallery hops, best place to "people watch", drag shows, theater and special events throughout the year! Art Fest, Film Fest, Jazz Fest, Carnival, Portuguese Blessing of the Fleet, Schooner Regatta, Swim for Life....just a few of so many great things to do! You have simply not visited Cape Cod without a trip to Provincetown - A Town for All! Provincetown Chamber of Commerce Visitors Center located in the center of town at the base of MacMillan Wharf open daily 508 487-3424 Map A-8 piLGRim mONUmENT & pROviNcETOwN mUSEUm The 252 foot granite Pilgrim Monument com- memorates the landing of the Mayflower Pilgrims in 1620 in Provincetown, where they stayed for five weeks before moving to Plymouth, Ma. The Monument was completed in 1910 and dedicated by President William Howard Taft. The spectacular view from the top takes in the Provincetown Har- bor, Cape Cod Bay and the Atlantic Ocean and, on very clear days, Plymouth, and the Boston skyline. The Museum offers exhibits on local history – high- lighting the arrival of the Pilgrims, Provincetown's rich maritime history, the early days of American theatre, and the building of the Monument. Fun for all ages! There is a museum store, a picnic area and parking. High Pole Hill, Provincetown; 508 487-1310; Map A-8;

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