Pilgrim Monument & Provincetown Museum

Provincetown

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Visitors can explore a monument that’s the tallest US structure made of granite, as well as exhibits celebrating the area’s important past

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Pilgrim Monument & Provincetown Museum

In November of 1620, a modest sailing ship touched the shores of what would become Provincetown, bearing a group of Pilgrims who would create and sign the Mayflower Compact. Both the Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum were built to commemorate that historic event and preserve Provincetown history for future generations.

  • Eye Catcher: The Pilgrim Monument was dedicated in 1910 to the Mayflower Pilgrims. Standing 252 feet tall, it's the tallest US structure made of granite. Visitors can venture up the 116 steps and 60 ramps to the top, a full 350 feet above sea level.

  • Permanent Mainstay: Many of the exhibits celebrate the area's maritime history, such as the recreation of a 19th-century sea captain's quarters at sea. Others celebrate the area's culture, including the Art Colony, American Theatre, Admiral MacMillan’s voyages, and much more

  • Don't Miss: FORGOTTEN PORT: Provincetown’s Whaling Heritage, a special exhibit through November 30

  • Past Exhibits: The Playwright of Peaked Hill Bars told the tale of how Eugene O'Neill's early life in Provincetown impacted his creative voice.

  • Special Programs: In the summertime, the museum sponsors weekly historical walking tours of the surrounding area. At the end of November, in a century-old tradition, they light up the during a lighting ceremony that celebrates the Pilgrims' 1620 landing.

Customer Reviews

30 Ratings

Great views Worth the walk Ramps inside the monument make the climb up fairly easy
Brenda M. · November 29, 2015
Go when it's sunny, and not between memorial and Labor Day.
Barbara B. · April 2, 2015
You get a great view from the top of the monument. There are stairs to the top, "no elevator" so plan on a little work out.
Judith N. · October 25, 2014
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    Provincetown

    1 High Pole Hill Rd.

    Provincetown, MA 02657

    +15084871310

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