With its miles of sandy beaches along the National Seashore, highlighted with dunes, bike trails, and historic lighthouses, and its extraordinary resorts, restaurants, nightlife, and art galleries, Provincetown is a uniquely special vacation destination.
Provincetown is many things. It’s an escape. It’s an art scene. It’s a foodie haven. It’s an LGBTQ+ capital, and it’s an entertainment hub like no other in the world. Experience what you love or what you’d love to try for the first time. There are so many things to do in Provincetown all year long.
Beginning with its origins as a quaint Portuguese fishing village through its evolution into the oldest continuous art colony as well as the best gay tourist destination in the country; Provincetown has a long and colorful history. Each season offers visitors something new and different. From Pride Weekend in June to the weeklong Carnival celebration in August, to Women’s Week in October, Holly Folly in early December, and First Light at year’s end, Provincetown is a truly magical place for travelers any time of year.