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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 p town cape cod worth the effort gift shop parking fee take your time local history leave your car walk up sunny day
Could see the monument from the other side of town. Built in 1907 I was hoping it would have been older. Walked to the top of the hill to find a 12$ admission was required before you even go to it. Museum located at the...More
Beautiful view! Great marksmanship!!! Everyone had a great time! Don’t be fooled by the size. Worth the effort to walk up to the top. Not all steps, many ramps to walk up which make it easier to get to top! Museum was educational as well....More
A great view of Provincetown and Museum, if you are willing to spend money to get past the gift shop. We were not up to climbing the 115 steps with various ramps to get to the top on the day we visited. Not allowed to...More
Great views from the top. The are 118 steps and 60 ramps to the top. We had a nice clear day to see incredible views of Ptown and the sea. Take your time if your time if you need to, there's lots of room. The...More
The exhibit is in 4 parts
A. The art gallery- Not my cup of tea.
B. The shop - we found a ship in a bottle tree decoration.
C. A museum - somewhat dated but informative about the landing of the Mayflower.
D. the tower...More
We went up inside the monument first in case our energy was too expended to enjoy the museum but we were fine. They charge for parking...yikes. We walked there from town...extra steps. The museum was interesting and had some good historical displays. Budget at least...More
Take the walk up to the top of this monument slowly , it is a bit of a hike but well worth it. Views are amazing , especially on a sunny day. And the museum (ground level) is really very interesting with some great artifacts...More