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Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum


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1 High Pole Hill Rd.
Provincetown, MA 02657
United States

(??.? miles from you)


Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum

Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum
Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum
Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum
Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum
Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum
Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum
Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum
Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum

(??.? miles from you)

1 High Pole Hill Rd.
Provincetown, MA 02657
United States


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Why You Should Go...

Come and enjoy an invigorating climb up the iconic 252-foot granite Monument with 116 steps and 60 ramps to take in the breathtaking 360-degree view of Provincetown, the tip of Cape Cod. For those who don’t want

See fascinating artifacts of Provincetown and American history that are sure to engage kids and adults alike including a Polar bear, musk ox and Inuit objects brought back by Provincetown native son Donald B. MacMillan who explored the Arctic with explorer Robert E. Peary.  The exhibition also includes pieces from the local native Wampanoag tribe including arrowheads, implements and tools.  For fire buffs, Provincetown’s first fire engine is on display, built in the 1830s by an apprentice of Paul Revere, and more

Many exciting activities are planned in 2019 leading up to 2020, the 400th anniversary of the arrival of the Mayflower Pilgrims in Provincetown, and the signing of the Mayflower Compact.

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Why You Should Go...

Come and enjoy an invigorating climb up the iconic 252-foot granite Monument with 116 steps and 60 ramps to take in the breathtaking 360-degree view of Provincetown, the tip of Cape Cod. For those who don’t want to climb the Monument, the beautiful grounds of the PMPM are the ideal setting to watch the hustle and bustle of the busy Provincetown Harbor.

See fascinating artifacts of Provincetown and American history that are sure to engage kids and adults alike including a Polar bear, musk ox and Inuit objects brought back by Provincetown native son Donald B. MacMillan who explored the Arctic with explorer Robert E. Peary.  The exhibition also includes pieces from the local native Wampanoag tribe including arrowheads, implements and tools.  For fire buffs, Provincetown’s first fire engine is on display, built in the 1830s by an apprentice of Paul Revere, and more

Many exciting activities are planned in 2019 leading up to 2020, the 400th anniversary of the arrival of the Mayflower Pilgrims in Provincetown, and the signing of the Mayflower Compact.

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Hours: 09:00am - 05:00pm, Daily

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Open 9:00am - 5:00pm daily April 1 - Memorial Day, and Labor Day - Jan 1. 

Open 9:00am - 7:00pm Memorial Day - Labor Day.

Admission:  $14 Adults, $11 Seniors (65+), $11 Students (13-17), $6 Children (4-12), and children under 4 get in free.

Parking: $17 for the day and that includes one free adult admission into the PMPM.

Fun Facts

Dedicated in 1910 the Monument was built to commemorate the Pilgrims’ first landing in the “new world” in Provincetown. After months of hardships and rough seas, the freedom seeking Pilgrims sought refuge in Provincetown harbor in November of 1620.

It was here they signed the historic Mayflower Compact, the first agreement to establish a government by the people, the corner stone of American democracy. It was here also, that the first child, Peregrine White, was born in the new world.

The Provincetown Museum exhibits the building of the Monument, the arrival of the Mayflower Pilgrims, the town’s rich maritime history and the early days of modern American theater in Provincetown. 

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Why You Should Go...

Come and enjoy an invigorating climb up the iconic 252-foot granite Monument with 116 steps and 60 ramps to take in the breathtaking 360-degree view of Provincetown, the tip of Cape Cod. For those who don’t want to climb the Monument, the beautiful grounds of the PMPM are the ideal setting to watch the hustle and bustle of the busy Provincetown Harbor.

See fascinating artifacts of Provincetown and American history that are sure to engage kids and adults alike including a Polar bear, musk ox and Inuit objects brought back by Provincetown native son Donald B. MacMillan who explored the Arctic with explorer Robert E. Peary.  The exhibition also includes pieces from the local native Wampanoag tribe including arrowheads, implements and tools.  For fire buffs, Provincetown’s first fire engine is on display, built in the 1830s by an apprentice of Paul Revere, and more

Many exciting activities are planned in 2019 leading up to 2020, the 400th anniversary of the arrival of the Mayflower Pilgrims in Provincetown, and the signing of the Mayflower Compact.

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What You Should Know...

Hours: 09:00am - 05:00pm, Daily

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Insider Info

Open 9:00am - 5:00pm daily April 1 - Memorial Day, and Labor Day - Jan 1. 

Open 9:00am - 7:00pm Memorial Day - Labor Day.

Admission:  $14 Adults, $11 Seniors (65+), $11 Students (13-17), $6 Children (4-12), and children under 4 get in free.

Parking: $17 for the day and that includes one free adult admission into the PMPM.

Fun Facts

Dedicated in 1910 the Monument was built to commemorate the Pilgrims’ first landing in the “new world” in Provincetown. After months of hardships and rough seas, the freedom seeking Pilgrims sought refuge in Provincetown harbor in November of 1620.

It was here they signed the historic Mayflower Compact, the first agreement to establish a government by the people, the corner stone of American democracy. It was here also, that the first child, Peregrine White, was born in the new world.

The Provincetown Museum exhibits the building of the Monument, the arrival of the Mayflower Pilgrims, the town’s rich maritime history and the early days of modern American theater in Provincetown. 

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