Bradford Access ProjectConnecting Downtown Provincetown to the Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum
We want everyone to enjoy the rich history of Provincetown. In addition to the inclined elevator providing ADA compliant access from Bradford Street to the Monument grounds, two ADA compliant parking spaces have been constructed adjacent to the base of the Monument with ramp access to the Monument platform. Visitors needing ADA access will be able to travel independently from Bradford Street to PMPM.
Thank you to all of our design and construction partners including Robert B. Our Company, a family-owned business from Harwich; Jay Cashman, Inc. of Quincy; Coastal Engineering Company Inc. of Orleans; landscape architects Hawk Design, Inc. of Sandwich; architects Brown, Lindquist, Fenuccio & Raber of Yarmouth Port; Safe Harbor environmental consultants of Wellfleet; McMahon Transportation Engineers & Planners of Taunton; Arrowstreet of Boston; BOLD Lighting of Los Angeles and New York City; and Outdoor Engineers of Colorado and Switzerland; and Associated Elevator of South Yarmouth.
Help Us Maintain the Inclined Elevator
Please consider donating to the Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum in support of the Bradford Access Project today. Your donation will fund routine maintenance and upgrades while supporting our mission of TRUTH.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is an Inclined Elevator?
Will the Monument be accessible?
For the first time, visitors needing ADA access will be able to travel independently from Bradford Street to the Monument.