Web Site Guide
Culture
Culture
Culture
Art Galleries
Art Galleries

Provincetown has been recognized as one of America's first "Art Colony". Today, that heritage continues to survive. Many of the country's most remarkable artists have made Provincetown either their home or a stop along the path of their careers. Although the east end of town is referred to as the Gallery District, art galleries are found all along Commercial Street. Friday nights are the traditional nights for openings to new art shows.

Provincetown galleries are a wonderful tour of a huge sampling of art from impressionist to modern art. All art forms can be found from erotic to incredible landscapes.

Art collectors from all over the world have found the Provincetown Art community a must see and enjoy.

Cape Cod National Seashore Visitor Center & Life Saving Station
Cape Cod National Seashore Interpretive Center
Located near Race Point beach is the Cape Cod National Seashore's Visitor Center and Life Saving Station. Natural resource exhibits and films are available to help guide visitors in understanding the unique natural world that is Provincetown.
Center for Coastal Studies
Center for Coastal Studies
The internationally renown Center for Coastal Studies is located across from Provincetown Town Hall. The "Center" provides visitors with interpretive displays that help explain the coastal and ocean environment surrounding Provincetown. The Center for Coastal Studies is one of the leading whale research and rescue center in the North Atlantic.
Fine Arts Work Center
  The Fine Arts Work Center is an organization that provides fellowship to emerging artist and writers. In addition the facility provides a variety of education opportunities through short courses and workshops. The Fine Arts Work Center hosts numerous art shows and readings.
Historic Provincetown
  The Town of Provincetown was incorporated in 1727. It's small streets and historic homes were built long before the train and automobile were invented. As you travel the length of Commercial Street you can begin to image what it could be like living in the 1800's. Numerous historic walking and trolley tours are available to guide you back in history.
Movie Theaters
New Arts Cinema

There are four screens in Provincetown showing a variety of movies-

Cape Inn's shows movies in their bar

Whalers Wharf is the newest movie theater in Provincetown with modern equipment.

New Arts Cinema is a two screen theater facility.

Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum (PAAM)
  The Pilgrim Monument was erected to commemorate the first landfall of the Pilgrims in the New World at Provincetown on November 11,1620. The Monument is 252 feet 71/2 inches high. The top of the Monument is 353 feet above sea level.
Provincetown Art Association & Museum
  In addition to their own art collection, the Provincetown Art Association and Museum hosts a variety of visual arts exhibits.
Provincetown Theater Company
  Provincetown Theater Company is Provincetown's long running community theater group producing live theater, workshops and readings.
Distance from Romeo's Holiday Guesthouse
Art Galleries
1 to 8 blocks
Ctr for Coastal Studies
1 block
Fine Arts Work Center
6 blocks
Historic Provincetown
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Movie Theaters
1 block
Pilgrim Monument
1 block
PAAM
1/2 mile
   
Romeo Holiday