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This is supposedly the spot where the Pilgrims landed in the new world. All they have here is a small plaque in the middle of a round-about (rotary) so nothing very interesting to see.
There's limited free parking along one side of the round-about, but...More
This spot is so crucial to the way our country was created, but there isn’t much here to celebrate that. I was hoping to see more information via a display of some kind but it’s literally just the plaque. There is stuff about the marsh,...More
This is located at the end of town directly across from the breakwater. It was built in recognition of Provincetown being the first place the Pilgrims landed. The park is small and almost solemn as there are many commemorative granite plaques dedicated to the memory of locals and...More
Stopped in this circle area to take pictures of the three lighthouses, you can see two of them from there, Woods End and Long Point.
There were some areas blocked off so didn't keep walking to the plaque, you can tell there was a lot...More
For a place as historically important as this spot, it's under represented. The pilgrims first touched foot on the soil here before heading to Plymouth Rock where they established the first colony.
Do not make a special trip to see this plaque, but the causeway...More
It's a little known fact that the Pilgrims (yes, those Pilgrims) originally landed in Provincetown. My son says they just weren't "fabulous" enough to stick around, but it's nice to see a small tribute to their presence anyway. And it's sort of cool to say...More