- The list below includes 122 free or cheap things to do in or near Provincetown, Massachusetts, including 94 different types of inexpensive activities like Specialty Museums, Beaches, Lighthouses and Bike Paths.
- From Provincetown Library to Race Point Beach, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Provincetown and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Eastham, Brewster, Dennis and Orleans.
Bearlesque: Bear Week Boston MoreLess Info
Burly bears star during this burlesque show while performing tribute numbers to Ke$ha and Rihanna
The Provincetown Library is a public library which houses an extensive collection of books and resources for education and research. The central attraction of the library is the scale replica of a sailing ship on the second floor.
Herring Cove Beach is known for its gentle surfs and numerous sand dunes which allow for many outdoor acitivities such as swimming, picnics, dune hiking and more. Occasionally, visitors can also catch glimpses of marine life around them.
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Route 6 north toward Provincetown, Provincetown, MA MoreLess Info
A favorite of bicyclists, Cape Cod Provincelands Trail is 5.25 mile loop with available trail extensions providing an additional two miles. Visitors will see marshland, saltwater kettle ponds and shore views. Route maps are available at the entrance.
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Province Lands Road and Commercial Street, Provincetown, MA MoreLess Info
Enjoy views of the Provincetown shore while getting some exercise with a walk along Provincetown Causeway. This roughly one-mile stretch begins near a park that commemorates the Pilgrim's first landing, and trekkers are better able to see lighthouses not reachable by car.
Located roughly one mile from the Provincetown center, the Province Lands Visitor Center is open daily from Memorial Day through the end of October. Exhibits about local animals and plants along with displays about the Pilgrims are featured at the site, and there is an observation deck.