A lazy day in Ptown can be spent simpoly hiking across the Breakwater to either WoodsEnd or LongPoint Lighthouses.
Once you cross the Breakwater, you arrive at a quiet, peaceful, uncrowded, and pristine piece of sandy land. Walk a bit west, and there is the Wood End Lighthouse. Walk straight ahead, and you are welcomed by vast beach and sweeping views back towards the Lower Cape. Walk a ways to the east, and you will discover Long Point Lighthouse.
A whale watch excursion is a uniquely fun and educational experience that links learning with adventure in a very special protected national marine environment just off the coast of Provincetown’s Cape Cod Bay.
This is a great way to see the National Seashore, the Province Lands and the sand dunes, which aren’t normally open to the public. You also get to see the famous dune shacks where Eugene O’Neill was inspired. The 4 wheel drive tours with Arts Dune Tours are great fun and the drivers are very knowledgeable and entertaining. The sunset tour is particularly memorable. Don’t forget your camera!
Right on the Atlantic Ocean.....beautiful open waters. On a clear day observe seals and Whales too
The Province Lands Bike Trail loop can be accessed from the Visitor Center. The loop is 5¼ miles around, and if you ride the trail spurs to Herring Cove Beach, Race Point Beach and Bennet Pond you can add another two miles to your ride. Riding the bike trail is a great way to see the vast dune system in the Province Lands as well as the Beech Forest, one of the few places in the Province Lands with extensive tree cover but it is also ideal to go to the beach. As a guest of the Westville Cottage you have full access to two (2) adult mountain bikes to explore these trails.
Tin Pan Alley was conceived as both a restaurant and a piano lounge. A place where one could appreciate live music, great cocktails, excellent food or all of the above. The space is divided into three sections. There is the front room which faces Commercial street where you’ll find bar and piano lounge. The middle of the restaurant houses the kitchen; you can glimpse the chef in action. At the back of the restaurant, facing the ocean is the dining room. The dining room features a cathedral ceiling lined with skylights. The dining room leads to a large deck where you can enjoy al fresco dining on the beach. Photo featuring James Jackson's live performance on July 24, 2021
The Crown and Anchor complex features a variety of entertainment options. The Central House is a restaurant that features live performers Bobby Wetherbee and a large outdoor deck that is perfect for people watching. The Vault is a men’s leather bar. WAVE is P-Town’s first video bar. Paramount is the newest dance club in town featuring a variety of themed nights. Located on Commercial St. in the center of town, you can’t miss the big yellow structure!
Located in the heart of vibrant Provincetown, The Post Office Cafe and Cabaret has been a landmark for great food and entertainment for nearly 50 years. A staple with both locals and tourists alike, this Commercial Street venue offers traditional American breakfast, an all day menu, two festive bars and nightly live entertainment.
Affectionately called the A-House, the Atlantic House is the oldest gay bar in USA and the only year-round dance club in PTown. This complex consists of the Little Bar (cruise bar with juke box) - The Macho Bar (Provincetown's original leather and Levi bar) & the Big Room (dance club) with patio.
Joe's Coffee & Espresso Bar take an artisanal approach to coffee, with the story behind the cup as much a focal point as the drink inside. There’s a growing awareness of how origins, farming, methods, and processing affect the flavor of coffee, and we’re on board with this “third wave” of coffee production and consumption. Quality transparency and maintaining human relationships throughout the entire supply chain are key to creating the perfect cup of joe you’ll drink here.
Located in the West End at 170 Commercial St. Joe’s Coffee is a true morning religious experience...Jumpstart your day with a fresh brew.
Phone: 508) 487-6656