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This monument commemorates the Pilgrim's first landing in Provincetown (not Plymouth), where they conceived, wrote and committed to the Mayflower Compact - the foundational document for the democracy America enjoys today. The Monument is the tallest...more
All reviews worth the climb easy climb no elevator great views from the top free admission whaling industry mayflower compact worth the effort p town cape cod gift shop parking fee take your time leave your car local history walk up great history
I visited here on the 398th anniversary of the Pilgrims landing. It was a long drive from Boston, but what a wonderful museum! I did not expect to learn so much, I figured it would just be a monument and that's it. But it was...More
The Pilgrim Monument & Provincetown Museum is an extremely tall monument (and small museum) and was built in 1910 to commemorate the Pilgrims landing in the new world in 1620 (before they moved to Plymouth, Massachusetts). The monument looks like the Washington Monument in Washington...More
The Pilgrim Monument is an interesting structure that provides a wonderful 360 degree vista for those who climb to the top. The Provincetown Museum on the ground floor has an excellent collection of artifacts and displays that cover the entire history of the area.There is...More
Enjoyed the trek up the tower today with my husband and young child. We walked from commercial street and then hiked up the tower. Our almost three year old enjoyed the climb and nearly made it the whole way by herself. The ramps definitely help...More
Visiting Provincetown and you can’t miss visiting the Pilgrim Monument. What a stunning view from the top but the museum is quite impressive. The staff is very friendly and full of knowledge. This is a not to miss attraction.
During our recent time in Provincetown, we decided to visited the Pilgrim Monument and Museum. The hike to the top of the 250 foot monument took some time as you climb 175 steps and walk up 60 small ramps. The investment in time and energy...More