Provincetown, or P-Town as it’s lovingly and widely known, is a small but bustling town at the northern tip of Massachusetts’ Cape Cod. A 2.5 hour drive (or 30 minute flight) from Boston, it has famously been a mecca for artists and the LGBTQIA+ community for many years - however it is also extremely friendly and welcoming towards all travelers, including solo visitors and families.

With the draws of a beachside town, such as a lively Commercial Street with fabulous restaurants, fun bars, salt water taffy/candy stores, t-shirt and souvenir shops, and a working fishing pier, it has the added bonus of boasting a thriving arts scene. The Provincetown Art House has risen to prominence in recent years for being a hotspot for Tony Award-winning Broadway artists to perform their solo cabaret shows. Recent performers include Audra McDonald, LaChanze, and Jessie Mueller, and with equally exciting talent on the docket for this fall, including singer/songwriters Anne Steele, Melissa Ferrick and RuPaul's Race Champion Bianca Del Rio, catching a show here is a must when visiting P-Town.


- The Anchor Inn
- The Brasswood Inn
- Gabriel's Provincetown Hotel
The Provincetown Art Association and Museum


- Rent bikes from Ptown Bikes
- Climb the Pilgrim Monument
- Boatslip Tea Dance
- Tour the Mary Heaton Vorse House
- Sunset boat cruise
- Dolphin/whale watching cruise
- Art's Dunes Tours


- The Provincetown Art House
- Provincetown Town Hall
- Provincetown Art Association and Museum

…to name just a few!

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The lively and bustling Commercial Street
The iconic Cape Cod
The Provincetown Art House


- Front Street Restaurant
- The Red Inn
- The Lobster Pot
- Ciro & Sal’s
- Fanizzi’s
- HellTown Kitchen
- Sal’s Place
- Portuguese Bakery
The Mary Heaton Vorse House


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