About: Narrated tours of the Dunes of the Cape Cod National Seashore Park. A visually stunning experience combined with local history and folklore and facts about many other things!
When: Trips depart daily at 10 am, 11 am, 1 pm, 2:30 pm and 4 pm. Reservations may be made
Where: Tour Departure: 4 Standish Street | Mailing: 9 Washington Ave, Provincetown, MA, 02657
About: Explore the art, history, culture, and magic of Provincetown by bike with Pedal Ptown. There are three tours available:
Private tours are available as well!
When: Daily through December
Where: Tours depart from 6 Standish Street | Directions
About: The Provincetown Trolley is a great way to see and learn about Provincetown. Expert conductors navigate through town for you in comfort of the trolley.
About: Pilgrims, pirates and people of the past fill the sights and sounds of this historical walking tour.
When: Departing nightly during the summer at 9pm from The Coffee Pot, 315 Commercial Street
Where: Depart from The Coffee Pot (315 Commercial Street). Ticket office is inside The Coffee Pot and opens at 8:30pm. Please purchase your tickets at least 10 minutes before tour time.
Whale watching in Provincetown is guaranteed to give you an up-close view of these marvelous mammas. Whales are plentiful off the shores of the Outer Cape, and excursions leave daily. All whale watching boats leave from Macmillan Pier (Center of Town) | Map
Join Captain Bob Burns and the crew of the BAY LADY II for a memorable sail across Provincetown Harbor and into Cape Cod Bay. Depending on wind direction your 2-hour sail will take you either across the Bay towards the bluffs of Corn Hill, where the Pilgrims discovered a cache of Indian corn back in 1620, or round Long Point Light at the tip of the Cape in the direction of Wood End Lighthouse.
When: 12:30 – 2:30 pm; 3:30 – 5:30 pm; 7:00 – 9:00 pm (Sunset Sail)
Where: MacMillian Pier