Provincetown is a historic town that offers year-round fun for the entire
family. During the winter months, there are a variety of activities that
visitors can take advantage of, from whale watching to
deep-sea fishing. Keep reading to learn about the amazing things you can do in Provincetown
this holiday season, whether you’re on a solo adventure, a family
trip, or traveling with your pet.
Winter Activities in Provincetown for Solo Adventurers
As a solo traveler, you’ve had plenty of fun and adventures across
the country, and maybe even around the world. When you visit Provincetown
in the winter months, you’ll experience the quiet charm, simple
pleasures, and warm comfort of a tourist town that can finally relax.
You’ll get great off-season deals on lodging,
fishing tours, and ferry rides, and best of all, you can enjoy the tourist attractions
without having to deal with the tourists.
Family Holiday Fun in P-Town
As the holidays approach in Provincetown, there are endless opportunities
for families in search of fun, unique activities. You can check out the
seasonal performances and exhibits at the local museums and theaters,
and shop for holiday gifts at our eclectic local stores. Our outdoor winter
activities are perfect for kids of all ages, and families can ski, ice
skate, build snowmen, and go on winter nature walks. You can also get
amazing discounts on family lodging.
Dog-Friendly Provincetown Outings
It’s sometimes hard to find dog-friendly activities when you’re
traveling, but luckily, Provincetown offers a variety of interesting and
unique doggy outings. There are a number of hotels, restaurants, beaches,
and trails that allow dogs. There are also whale watching tours, sunset
cruises, walking tours, and sightseeing trolleys that are dog-friendly.
If you’re interested in taking the
ferry in Plymouth this winter for holiday shopping, outdoor winter fun, and family-friendly
activities in Provincetown, check out our P-Town Fast Ferry at Captain
John Whale Watching and Fishing Tours. We also offer exciting and educational
whale watching tours and fishing charters. To learn more about our ferry
service, call us today at (508) 927-5575.