Pilgrim Monument Blog
Bring the Mayflower Home to Provincetown!
Join us for “Humor for Humanity” with Jimmy Tingle on September 19, 2019 at Provincetown Town Hall and help bring the Mayflower II home to Provincetown for the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower Pilgrims’ first landing in Provincetown in 1620!
Proceeds from the fundraiser will support the Mayflower II’s week-long visit in September 2020 when the ship will be docked in Provincetown Harbor where visitors will have the opportunity to tour the ship.
On June 2, 2020 at 8:46 p.m., the Pilgrim Monument turned off its lights for 9 nights, in honor of the last 9 minutes of George Floyd’s life.
During the month of May, the Pilgrim Monument will be lit up in red and blue in honor of our essential workers on the frontlines.
By K. David Weidner, Ph.D., Executive Director Prior to recent events, many of you who live in the Provincetown area and have traveled down Bradford Street may have noticed light work had started on our Bradford Access Project (BAP). Later in May, construction will be...
We invite you to use your imagination and build your own version of the Pilgrim Monument. Winners will be selected each week to win tickets.
By K. David Weidner, Ph.D., Executive Director For the second year, the Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum (PMPM) will join iconic landmarks worldwide as we “Light It Up Blue” throughout April for World Autism Month. Our hope is to turn the Monument into a...
Our Story: A Q&A with Curator of Upcoming Exhibit Addressing Portrayal of Wampanoag Tribe, Pilgrim Relationship
“Our Story” is curated by SmokeSygnals, the leading Native American creative agency in the Northeast, led by Paula and Steven Peters, a mother and son who are members of the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe. PMPM caught up with creative head, Steven (SP), to discuss the exhibit’s goals and how it’s shaping up.
Chamber Music for the Outer Cape presents the second concert in its American Voices series: America Sings!
On Feb 29, Chamber Music for the Outer Cape returns to PMPM with the second performance in the American Voices series: “America Sings.” Here is what you can expect!
2020 is going to be a great year for PMPM and Provincetown and will be our springboard into the future. Even though PMPM is closed currently, we are very busy planning and preparing for the new season, starting April 1, and all the excitement that will be Provincetown 400.
Looking for fun things to do in Provincetown? Come and visit us at the Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum where we are open and welcoming visitors for the 2019 season. Take an invigorating climb up the iconic 252-foot granite Monument, visible from nearly...
In honor of the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower Pilgrims first landing in Provincetown and their interaction with the native Wampanoag people, we are proud to announce a very special drink created for Provincetown 400 by Truro Vineyards of Cape Cod, “The 2020.”...