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Incredible Experiences at Every Turn

Provincetown's Brass Key Guesthouse is in the prime location for accessing local experiences. From hotspots for art and theater to museums and monuments, there's something for everyone.
Provincetown Art Association and Museum

Provincetown Art Association and Museum

The Provincetown Art Association and Museum (PAAM) has been an integral part of the community. PAAM comprises qualities that embody Ptown as a persistent center for American arts. It also stands as Cape Cod's widely attended art museum.
Provincetown Theater

Provincetown Theater

Modern-day theater in Provincetown came into existence in 1963 when the Provincetown Theater was founded. Since the year of its foundation, the theatre has changed locations and names several times until finally settling in the current area at 238 Bradford Street.
Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum

Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum

The Pilgrim Monument is the Eiffel Tower of Provincetown- it is what gives the Ptown its uniqueness. Whether you come to the town by air, sea, or land, the Pilgrim Monument is the first thing your eyes will set on as you approach the Ptown. Standing at a height of 252 feet, the monument is the tallest all granite structure in the U.S.
The Art House

The Art House

The Art House, also popularly known as the Town Hall in Provincetown, is located at 214 Commercial Street. The Art House has an acquired taste for movie theatres, comedy clubs, and nightlife.
Tea Dance

Tea Dance

One of the "must-do" activities in Provincetown is the iconic Tea Dance. This is Provincetown's favorite activity, where the town gets along for the most prominent outdoor dance party. The event has been historic for almost 50 years now.
Dolphin Fleet Whale Watch

Dolphin Fleet Whale Watch

Whale watching is an everyday activity in Provincetown, and why would that not be? Ptown sits on the east coast, making it easier to watch the whales from the beach. This officially started in 1975, whereafter up to ten trips from the Provincetown harbor departed every day for 3 to 4 hours.