Provincetown for the Holidays

Published Date Author: , November 18th, 2011

Cape Cod locals know: the holidays are the best time to visit Provincetown. Between the annual lighting of the 100-year old Pilgrim Monument, Holly Folly Weekend (the world’s only GLBT holiday celebration), children’s musical performances, holiday shopping and more, Provincetown has something for everyone.

And don’t forget that the festivities are even more accessible thanks to free parking all around town and low, off-season rates at inns, B&Bs, hotels and cottages.

SEASONAL ATTRACTIONS:

Lighting of the Lobster Pot Tree
Local artist Julian Popko and his family have honored Provincetown’s rich fishing heritage by building a lobster pot tree in Lopes Square for the past seven years. Using more than 100 lobster pots, the tree is over two stories tall and lit with thousands of lights. November 26, 5:30 PM (FREE)

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