Where to eat, play and stay in Provincetown, 2.5 hours from Boston
Located at the northern tip of Cape Cod, Provincetown is a seaside retreat for tourists and locals alike.
- It is known to be very LGBTQ friendly and is the ultimate getaway for anyone looking for coastal New England charm with a funky twist.
Here’s what to do and where to eat/drink and stay.
Where to stay
Enjoy the views from the harbor and lighthouse in this remodeled one bedroom beachfront cottage.
- Features: Access to public beach, free parking on site, Wi-Fi
- Assess: $725 per night
- Location: Southern Province
crown and anchor is an entertainment and nightlife complex with clubs, bars and restaurants nearby. The hostel allows visitors to stay right in the middle of the action.
- Features: Fireplace, flat screen TV, private balcony, heated swimming pool.
- Assess: $279+ per night
- Address: 247 Commercial Street.
This long duration bed and breakfast allows visitors to appreciate and acquire works of art.
- Features: In-room breakfast and coffee, smart TVs, free Wi-Fi, wine coolers
- Assess: $299+ per night
- Address: 7 Johnson Street
Where to eat
Taste seafood in an art-filled setting known for its stained glass windows.
- Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 5pm-9pm, Sunday 5pm-8pm
- Address: 7 Freeman St.
A must in Provincetown, The Canteen is a casual eatery that serves the classics: lobster rolls, clam chowder, and fish and chips (plus treats like whoopie pies!) in a 200-year-old building reminiscent of an old seafood shack.
This warm Mediterranean restaurant that serves a variety of dishes including octopus, pizza, oysters, duck confit and prime rib.
What to do
Visitors will have an off-road tour experience through the National Historic District of Cape Cod Coastline National Park.
- Hours: Tours operate 15 Apr – 11 Nov 15. Check here for more information on daily and sunset tours.
- Address: 4 Standish St.
Provincetown Theater has been entertaining audiences in the Cape Cod area since 1963.
Enjoy a great view of Provincetown from the top of the Pilgrim Monument, the biggest all-granite building in the United States.
Take some wheels from P-Town Bikes and take a ride along the Cape Cod National Coast.