Weather was dull with a bit of a drizzle but so enjoyed walking in the little shops for souvenirs. Store owners so friendly, great way to spend the day! !
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Provincetown is filled with history, from the 1st landing of the Mayflower to the Portuguese influence. Visit and climb the Pilgrim Monument and visit the Museum. Little town with lots of activity. The people are friendly and relaxed.
Wonderful shops but what makes this place amazing are the people. The people in this area are very pleasant and very nice! Very enjoyable!
Even I enjoyed shopping here. Great mix of clothing, trinket shops and just plain nutty shops. Go into Maritime industries about half way along, incredible amount of stuff but the collectables on display and hanging from roof is unreal
Commercial Street was a nice place to see all the different variety of local merchant businesses. Eatery place was a nice selection. Nothing that's a chain store/restaurant. Everyone we came across was very pleasant to speak to. Love that the town and entire state is...More
There are a plethora of gift shops, galleries, & restaurants. Street performers were a treat. The beach and piers are right there as well. Was surprised at being able to buy low priced souvenirs.
We spent so much time on Commercial street with all the art galleries - I bought my first piece of art and spent almost two hours with the artist - fantastic experience
Fun to walk around. Lots of good restaurants and interesting stores to browse in. Excellent for people watching.
We spent four days in the area and didn't have a single bad meal! Amazing cocktails at every restaurant we had dinner in.
This is the main drag in Provincetown and it's a delight to experience. Ice cream, fudge and tee shirts, of course. But also a variety of eclectic shops, coffee, good restaurants and just great street life and people watching. Like the wharf in San Francisco,...More