Provincetown Art Association and Museum (PAAM)
Provincetown has been an artists' haven for over 100 years, and the PAAM--like the Fine Arts Work Center--is a revered institution that keeps that flame alive. It's one of the premier arts institutions on Cape Cod.
One of New England's premier collection of Contemporary and historical art. Lectures, art classes, and special exhibitions on view.
“Open year round, food is delicious and atmosphere is so much fun...frozen on the beach?”
“Inventive mixologists and equally creative food pairings make this a fun place for dinner or drinks for two or a small group. It can be pricey and hard to get a table some nights, but worth it.”
“Harbor Lounge is a good place to stop for a drink as you start your night out. They don't serve food, so bear that in mind if you haven't had your dinner yet. It's a friendly scene with a chatty vibe. Tables and seating turn over pretty regularly as people move on. Enjoy the views of the harbor, especially in good weather, and take your drinks out onto the pier-like deck and enjoy the waning sunlight and sea breezes (very Instagram-friendly).”
“If you're feeling like a quiet night or if the weather is (sadly) not exactly beach-friendly, the Water's Edge Cinema has two or three films on offer at any given time, almost always first-run. Water's Edge is also one of the locations used for the annual Provincetown International Film Festival.”
“This is a beautiful beach located in Provincetown and is part of the Cape Cod National Seashore. Beautiful at sunset. Hiking and biking available in the area as well as commercial dune tours.”