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This monument commemorates the Pilgrim's first landing in Provincetown (not Plymouth), where they conceived, wrote and committed to the Mayflower Compact - the foundational document for the democracy America enjoys today. The Monument is the tallest...more
All reviews worth the climb easy climb no elevator great views from the top free admission whaling industry mayflower compact p town gift shop worth the effort cape cod take your time parking fee leave your car local history walk up great history
Usually climbing towers involves lots of steps - this one was a good mix of steps and slopes which made it easy and before we knew it we were at the top. The views are spectacular, spent ages just watching the world go by. The...More
The monument has been a favorite of our family for decades. We're now 3rd generation climbing every time we go to Provincetown! The view is spectacular and if you're there in December, they light It up and make it look like a Christmas tree! Should...More
very enjoyable climb to the top of the tower, but once there one could see for miles in all directions, well worth the climb.
would recommend to anyone.
and the museum is very worth seeing, lots of things and takes one back in time.
This is an interesting monument dedicated to the pilgrims . I did not go all the way to top due to fact I was cold . I was still able to get pictures from lower windows. Other members of my party went to top. They...More
We walked to the top of this impressive monument honoring where the Pilgrims landed. Great view over Provincetown. Plan to spend over an hour meandering through an extensive museum. We enjoyed every minute there!
The Pilgrim Monument is a real landmark and absolutely worth visiting. Not alone that it is the highest granite monument in the US. It’s meaning to keep the remembrance of the historical incidents vivid is even more important and for that purpose the appearance is...More
I visited here on the 398th anniversary of the Pilgrims landing. It was a long drive from Boston, but what a wonderful museum! I did not expect to learn so much, I figured it would just be a monument and that's it. But it was...More
The Pilgrim Monument & Provincetown Museum is an extremely tall monument (and small museum) and was built in 1910 to commemorate the Pilgrims landing in the new world in 1620 (before they moved to Plymouth, Massachusetts). The monument looks like the Washington Monument in Washington...More