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Commercial Street

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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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Mark N Tuyet wrote a review Nov 21
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My family loved P’town but we definitely felt reverse prejudice there but not from the locals. We are a straight family & we definitely received stares from homosexuals (as we were strolling along holding each other’s hand)....a sense of “you don’t belong here”......DEFINITELY got that vibe. I would say the stares were from homosexuals visiting. I almost got into a fight with a lesbian but my husband saw my face when I was about to turn & say something to the lesbian that visibly got into my personal space as we were eating ice cream at the ice cream shop & my husband said, “it’s time to go”.(I’m only five feet tall but I can definitely kick someone’s face off!) All the locals were very friendly though. We would love to visit again but I don’t think so because of the reverse prejudice. Other than that, we loved it because it is such a beautiful town. Too bad people won’t let people be people. We showed no prejudice towards the homosexuals; we were friendly to everyone. We let people be
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Date of experience: February 2020
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rsonee wrote a review Nov 19
Brooklyn, New York87 contributions1 helpful vote
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Of course a lot of the stores are closed because of the off-season and COVID but it was still a nice walk and things to do. Season 2 of Hightown was taping too.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Jay H wrote a review Nov 16
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Worth the walk. Nice quaint town feel. Just be prepared to get gouged if you are hungry, thirsty, or want to purchase just about anything. At night, it can get a little tricky with your children (depending on their age and curiosity) asking question you may not be prepared to answer.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Hotelsnobb wrote a review Oct 2020
Boston, MA824 contributions190 helpful votes
Fun walking down the street, popping in and out of great little shops. Lots of restaurants to choose from also. It can get crowded and the street is narrow with a sidewalk only on one side part of the way, so be careful of bikes, scooters, and cars.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Cadbanker wrote a review Oct 2020
Fremont, Michigan794 contributions83 helpful votes
Visited downtown Provincetown to check out the arts scene. Lots of interesting shops and galleries. The face mask enforcers, even when outside, were a bit much. Very busy and good for people watching.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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