- Official site
- Google Maps
- Plan for at least 1 – 2 hours.
- Terrific view of Provincetown.
- Provincetown Museum is physically accessible.
- Pilgrim monument is not accessible to people with difficulty climbing many flights of ramps and steps, wheelchair users.
User Accessibility Experience
While the Provincetown Museum is physically accessible, I did not remember to check for audio transcripts or video captioning. The Pilgrim Monument was built before the ADA laws impacting building designs making it inaccessible for those who have difficulty walking many flights of stairs/ramps or wheelchair users.
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- Google Maps
- Official website
- Terrific charming stop on Route 6A.
- Set aside 30 to 60 minutes to explore.
- Originally built as a church in 1852 before being converted to a general store in 1866.
This is the second property on Cape Cod that I found that used to be a church before being repurposed into something else. Beth’s Bakery and Cafe is another such property.