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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
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If you are new to PTown or a return visitor this is a lovely tradition to be able to orient yourself to the area. You can spot the lighthouses and map out a trek should that be of interest. The museum is small and can...More
We climbed the tower which is a LONG way up there. We felt the ramps made the job much easier. Stairs would have been a killer. It was windy and cool when we got to the top and views were somewhat restricted by iron grates....More
The Pilgrim Monument tower requires a climb up 116 stairs and 60 ramps but taken slowly it is not too arduous a climb for the unfit.
The view from the top is good on a clear day and takes in the town and its environs....More
Historic and impactful with a very nice museum included. Commemorating the establishment of the colonies; sponsored by towns in Mass. Each town has a plaque leading up to the top. Don’t attempt if you are out of shape or worried about a strenuous climb. The...More
All the times I have been to PTown and never went up the tower. When you have company from far away you get to do those things you might nor otherwise. The Museum was underwhelming but still interesting. After that we took our time climbing...More
you can see the monument from miles around, we found it easy to park near by and walked the short distance to the monument, we took in a little local history and then climbed the steps to the top, once there you are greeted with...More
We started exploring Provincetown a little late in the day, but were able to get parking along with our admission to the monument, which made the rest of the day much easier.
The museums were full of great historical information and the staff was very...More