Historic Walking Tour
Every Wednesday in July and August at 9:30 a.m., the Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum will offer a walking tour of historic sites in Provincetown.
This year participants will be treated to a walking tour and a Museum too! The $20.00 fee for the walking tour includes admission to the Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum as well as the tour.
The tour lasts about 2 hours and includes a variety of sites. While gazing at the spectacular view from the base of the Pilgrim Monument, the tour begins with an overview of Provincetown history that will appeal to all your senses. We’ll head into town to stop at interesting sites and buildings and learn the stories behind their history. We will visit the newly renovated town hall to view both the historic building and the paintings in the town’s art collection. We’ll also visit the Provincetown Library to see the remarkable half-scale model of the Rose Dorothea and the impressive Lipton Cup she won in the Fishermen’s Race.
The tour is not handicapped accessible as our visits to historic buildings include many steps. Reservations are required: space is limited. Please telephone 508-487-1310 to make your reservation.