Love Art? Why not take a walk down Commercial Street ....

Love Art? Why not take a walk down Commercial Street ....

September 22, 2017

Commercial Street, Provincetown, Cape Cod, Mass., USA 

 

Provincetown is located at the furthermost tip of Cape Cod in Massachusetts, USA, it is noted in history as one of the first landing places of the Pilgrim Fathers who arrived onboard the Mayflower. Since then it has thrived as a fishing port before transforming at the beginning of the last century into a flourishing art colony.  

If you are an Art Lover, and enjoy walking, you would be hard pressed to find a better equipped and more scenic location to enjoy a few days sauntering in and out of the scores and scores of Art Galleries that are dotted all along Commercial Street that runs through the middle of Provincetown. 

With a rich cultural history, its a town that such artistic geniuses as Norman Mailer, Jackson Pollock and Eugene O'Neill have once called home. As an Art Lover no visit to Cape Cod would be complete without heading to Provincetown. 

 

History of the Provincetown Art Colony from Cape Cod Museum of Art on Vimeo.




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