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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!
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thoffay160@gmail.com wrote a review Sep 2020
Kingston, New York36 contributions8 helpful votes
Easy parking and a 1 mile loop around the pond.with some interpretation of the flora and fauna. Fun and family friendly.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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PaddlingFan wrote a review Sep 2020
Massachusetts152 contributions65 helpful votes
A nice, leisurely walk. I'd read that the birds will eat from your hand, so we came prepared with bird seed, but failed to locate any super tame birds. Take the sandy path off the trail to experience the best views. I expected an idiot-proof loop, but there are forks in the trail and decisions to be made. We exited the trail at a different, although near-by, location than we entered. We went up the road to the visitor's center - closed due to Covid . We enjoyed the views from the observations decks there that were open for visitors. Nice day and an easy side trip from Provincetown, where we were staying.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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JYarba wrote a review Jul 2020
Huntsville, Alabama171 contributions48 helpful votes
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I was very surprised to find such a lush, thick forest on the thin spit of sand that is Cape Cod. An easy, picturesque trail winds through this area and past a couple of small lakes. Parking is ample in early autumn.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Linda P wrote a review Jun 2020
Ballston Spa, New York332 contributions112 helpful votes
Such a bizarre opportunity for people to see the Provincelands uncrowded and quiet. Bring water- visitor center may still be closed, plan a bathroom break before you come for same reason. Truly lovely
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Judy T wrote a review Feb 2020
Framingham, Massachusetts7 contributions1 helpful vote
Walking and biking paths. Wooden walkway available. Blackwater Pond is great place for pictures. Lots of birds and small wildlife to see.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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