We stopped here briefly while we were walking down Commercial Street. It is picturesque, with the cute little artist shops down the wharf and boats/water in the background. But there's really not that much to it.
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When we returned from whale watching we walked over to the Wharf. Very nice Pier and great restauants with in walking distance.
I walked along this wharf. The beach and pier are not that appealing in relation to the many other beaches and piers on the Cape. As you walk off the touristy commercial street, you run into this sandy beach. It's not picturesque. When you are...More
Compared to Commercial street this place is much less crowded and more relaxing. You can buy there some souvenirs or pictures and book the cruises. It is very nice walk there and watch boats and yachts.
This is the center of Ptown. Ferries arrive/depart from here, there's fishing & whale watching boats. Pier is wide enough for cars & has places to sit & enjoy the views. A number of snack places are adjacent to the wharf, with the sea air...More
We were staying on Bradford Street which was a short walk to the Wharf. We would get breakfast and sit watching all the boats go in and out and say hi to the seal that visits every morning. The most beautiful way to start the...More
Take a walk along this wharf and it's all here. Beautiful view of the bay, chattering seagulls, the smell of the ocean,Sailing, fishing and sight seeing boats of every kind and at the end is the fast ferry to Boston. Just a great strolling wharf...More
If you want to get away from the crowds on Commercial street, then take a few minutes to stroll down MacMillan Wharf. You can see views of the harbor, the town from a different angle, the beach and shore or look at some of the...More
We rode our bikes out on this wharf looking for a lunch place but didn't find anything. There was one restaurant that didn't open until 6:00pm.
It is what it is, a wharf that jets into the harbor and has a lot of boats on it. It's picturesque and has a few artist's shops, and has its own inexpensive parking which is easier than street parking. We parked here all day...More