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Provincetown, The town's rural character appealed to the hippies of the era. The tip of Cape Cod, also berths several whale watching fleets who patrol the Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary. Most fleets guarantee a whale sighting (mostly humpback whale, fin whale, Minke whale, Sei whale, and critically endangered, the North Atlantic Right Whale), and one is the only federally certified operation qualified to rescue whales. The Whydah Museum, the treasure that Clifford found was actually two-fold. There was gold, it is true, but there was also a record of how pirates actually lived. Provincetown has also long been known as an art colony, attracting writers and artists. Cape Cod is a popular destination for beachgoers from all over. With 559.6 miles (900.6 km) of coastline, beaches, both public and private, are easily accessible. The Cape has upwards of sixty public beaches, many of which offer parking for non-residents for a daily fee (in summer). The Cape Cod National Seashore has 40 miles (64 km) of sandy beach and many walking paths. You will enjoying fresh Lobste, Tuna , shellfish at fine dining seafood restaurants.
The Pilgrim Tower (Monument)
The Pilgrim Monument was founded in 1892 as the Cape Cod Pilgrim Memorial Association—Cape Cod’s oldest not-for-profit organization. Its purpose is to commemorate the Mayflower Pilgrims’ first landing in the New World in Provincetown, in November 1620. Here the Pilgrims spent 5 weeks exploring the tip of Cape Cod, before they sailed on to Plymouth. They also drew up and signed the Mayflower Compact, which established the rule of law for the new land. The Cape Cod Pilgrim Memorial Association built the Pilgrim Monument to honor the Pilgrims’ first landing in Provincetown. President Theodore Roosevelt laid the cornerstone in 1907. In 1910, President William Howard Taft dedicated the finished 252-foot tower. In 1910, the Cape’s first building built to house a museum opened at the base of the monument, to educate the public about Provincetown’s role in Pilgrim history and American history.
You may be surprised at what you learn! Come aboard Mayflower ship and learn about the 1620 voyage, Explore the cramped quarters of the ship's passengers. Peer down into the lower level, where the food, clothing, furniture, tools and other items necessary to start a colony were stored. You will meet staff in modern-day clothing who speak from a present-day perspective. They can talk with you about the original Mayflower as well as the reproduction vessel Mayflower.
|Martha’s Vineyard Island Ferry||$20||$10|
|Martha’s Vineyard Island Narrated Tour (Circle Island Tour)||$29||$19|
|The Pirate Museum||$10||$8|
|The Pilgrim Monument||$10||$4|
|Atlantic Ocean Whale Watch||$44||$31|
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