Provincetown is an amazing location that is bound to excite you with its natural beauty and high quality of services. Entertainment, sports, and culture are also inextricable parts of the Provincetown experience. It is no coincidence that Provincetown has catered to the needs of the most well travelled visitors for centuries. Its historic sites and its contemporary offerings, in terms of restaurants and art, are proof of the vast historical legacy and the refined cultural scene, which are equally present in Provincetown.
It is really hard for us to offer you just one, or two, or five things to do in Provincetown. We just love this place way too much. This post aims at just referring to a couple of things that you might have missed in your previous visits, or a few new ideas on how to spend your time here with us.
Our blog is also filled with ideas about things to do in Provincetown. From Galleries and Museums, to Restaurants and Pubs, Provincetown is filled with amazing experiences to enjoy. Do not hesitate to go back and take a look at all the suggestions we have made in the past on our blog. You will certainly find ample ideas to enjoy your days in Provincetown.
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Provincetown Wilma Bi-plane Ride
Such an amazing Provincetown experience awaits you if you choose to yield to the famous Wilma Bi-Plane Ride. Captain Hal Averbuck has been flying for 55 years and has been taking his passengers to tours on a daily basis for over four decades. His rebuilt antique 1927 Waco GXE open-cockpit biplane is the oldest commercial operating airplane in the country. With Wilma Bi-Plane Sightseeing Tours (Provincetown Airport, Race Point Road; 508-740-9390), you will fly for 20 minutes over Provincetown enjoying the amazing view and experiencing the freedom flying has to offer. The plane ride also offers sightings of whales and other amazing things, as on a clear day, you can see Boston and the Cape in their full glory. Cost is approximately $75 per person. Flights operate fro Memorial Day through Columbus Day, weather permitting.
Expedition Whydah – Pirate, Treasure, Shipwreck Museum
Expedition Whydah offers insights on Pirates, Shipwrecks and other amazing maritime stories. As the Museum website informs us, the Whydah was commanded by the famed pirate Sam Bellamy and was wrecked off Wellfleet in 1717, taking with her the treasures of fifty plundered ships. According to Cape Cod legend, Bellamy was returning to his lady-love, Maria Hallett, the “Witch of Wellfleet”, when his ship met disaster in one of the worst storms to strike the eastern seaboard. Only two men of 146 made it to the beach alive, making the Whydah wreck the worst ever on the shores of the Cape. Bellamy’s loss was history’s gain, however, as the contents of his once-proud flagship represent a unique look into the lives of the pirates, and an unprecedented cross-cultural sampling of treasures from the world of the 18th century.
The Provincetown Theater
The Provincetown theater is bound to amaze you with its distinct cultural take on drama. Rejuvenate your self from your adventurous day on air and at sea by visiting the Provincetown theater and enjoying its superb performances. For more information on shows please visit the Theater website. Enjoy!
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