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Herring Cove Beach

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The Anne Hutchinson Tour of Provincetown
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The Anne Hutchinson Tour of Provincetown

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Get an introduction to Provincetown from America's most infamous colonial woman. Decidedly NOT a Pilgrim, Anne Hutchinson knows her history well enough to have been banished from Massachusetts 400 years ago and will walk you through the center of town to enliven central sites poignant to Ptown's story. Don't expect a long trek (0.5 mi), but do expect the "licentiousness and sinful liberty" that got Anne banished long ago. Some have called it comedy, making the tour for adults only. Receiving the seal of the Spirit from Anne takes roughly an hour. Tour is $15 plus whatever fees are charged by whatever platform you found this... unique... bauble of Cape Cod tourism on.<br><br>Enjoy!
$18.75 per adult
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Heather Killmer wrote a review Sep 2020
Red Hook, New York52 contributions7 helpful votes
Go here we just discovered it last week wow. Ocean and endless beach🌴. Everyone was social distance. Maybe one couple was not masking it.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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ctjustdoit wrote a review Sep 2020
Simsbury, Connecticut113 contributions39 helpful votes
It is a typical Cape Cod beach. Pretty , expansive and I am sure a good place to sun bathe if you are into that kind of thing. A great place to take a walk and soak up the sights and sounds As for fishing, too many seals, not enough fish and too few sharks (more sharks = fewer seals = more fish) . Cape Cod ocean is way to cold for me to even consider swimminh
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Jane W wrote a review Aug 2020
Taunton1 contribution3 helpful votes
I've been going to this beach every summer for years. Just returned and have to say I was very disappointed. Not with the beach, it is still a great beach, but practically every single person who walked on the beach had one or two dogs with them. Let me say, I love dogs, just not all over the beach surrounding us, barking at each other, trying to run over people to get to other dogs, dogs in the water on leashes. Trying to swim in the water with leashes around you is difficult. It went from a relaxing beach to a dog beach. We did go to Race point beach another day, but the biting flies were there and all over us. We love p-town but left feeling disappointed in our beach time which we look forward to all year.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Culture & Wanderlust wrote a review Aug 2020
Boston, Massachusetts128 contributions34 helpful votes
Sandy beach. I only visited during sunset. By 7:30 pm on a Wednesday night the beach was practically empty. Bathroom facility available by the parking lot.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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RJB1215 wrote a review Aug 2020
Fort Lauderdale, Florida2,158 contributions260 helpful votes
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Great beach within biking distance to downtown. The beach offers bathrooms, bike racks and beach Matts to the beach area. Mandatory masks while walking to your beach area is preferable. We’ve been back several times since!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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