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Pilgrim Monument

Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum By Mary Moran | Photos by Pat O’Connell Built between 1907 and 1910, the Pilgrim Monument commemorates the first landing of the Pilgrims in the new world. The Mayflower carrying the Pilgrims from England, landed on November 21, 1620. The landing took place in what is now known as Provincetown…

Cape Cod’s Long Point Light

Long Point Light By Mary Moran First settled in 1818, Long Point is located in Provincetown, the furthest town east on Cape Cod. Long Point’s location, right off Provincetown Harbor, contributed to a growing fishing industry in the area. As the industry quickly grew, so did the population, and consequently, so did water traffic coming and going from…

Whale Watch on Cape Cod Bay

Provincetown’s Whale Watching Dolphin Fleet is reporting that the whales have returned and their numbers have tripled. The fleet will start running on April 11th. In our five years of innkeeping we haven’t had a guest return from a watch who said that he/she was disappointed. They report, not only seeing whales but seeing cows…