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Commercial Street

Downtown Center, Provincetown, Provincetown, MA
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“art galleries” (122 reviews)
“people watching” (210 reviews)
“great shops” (44 reviews)
Downtown Center, Provincetown, Provincetown, MA
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Reviewed yesterday

Commercial Street is like no where else in the world! Everything from people watching, art galleries, interesting shops, people watching, cabaret entertainment, restaurants (both fine dining and family style.) Anything and everything goes, just be sure you have comfortable shoes and are ready for crowds...More

Thank Michele H
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Wander along lots of restaurants hit or miss for service .all offering deals,..best was could order fast food from Arcade and sit in deck have drinks

Thank MossieFish
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I liked Peovincetown a lot. It has such a cool vibe. Interesing stores, nice jewleries made by locals, lots of people and fun.

Thank NicoSP14
Reviewed 3 days ago

This place reminds me of Key West but not so south! Great community of people. Great shops filled with holistic and "hippie" type items im obsessed with :)

Thank KristyMorrison
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Always a fun time going down commercial Street!!! many shops many restaurants you could walk along the ocean you could walk along the pier you can get some ice cream you can go to the Portuguese bakery and get some nice goodies. It's definitely a...More

Thank lurn
Reviewed 3 days ago

Mix of art, old fishing village and trendy P-town. Real fun scene. With some great beaches nearby. Always great food - and very dog friendly town.

Thank Joe F
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

This street crams in so many interesting shops, bars, restaurants and entertainment. It's practically overwhelming. Don't blink. You might miss something. For such a congested street, it's remarkably well kept...colorful, clean...flower boxes...little hideaways, alcoves, alley ways... And, the beach is steps away. Check it out...More

Thank ThinkingOutLoud
Reviewed 5 days ago

Commercial Street is located dated in the downtown of province town. It is a busy street and tourist are visiting this area. Many shops, restaurants are there in this street. Little conjusted and activities are more.

Thank balasubramanian16847
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Commercial Street does what it says on the can, it is very commercialised. It still manages to be pretty and very clean and friendly. There are lots of good shops, restaurants and bars to choose from. Always something to see and a great place to...More

Thank Georgiadrubbin
Reviewed 1 week ago

Lots of good seafood restaurants on this street, plenty of shopping options, fun street performances and last but not the least great people-watching spot. Finding parking can be trickier here, we parked at Pilgrim Monument and walked around the area.

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Nearby Attractions
Provincetown Library
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.81 km away
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.28 km away
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.41 km away
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Kimberly A
22 May 2017|
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Response from rowtietowers | Reviewed this property |
Hi we just returned from Provincetown and thoroughly enjoyed it. We would recommend The Red Inn, can be a little pricey but very good food. We also loved Fanizzi's by the sea & the Lobster Pot. If you go to the Lobster Pot... More
Jason M
26 February 2017|
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Response from katie c | Reviewed this property |
I believe most will be open. A lot of people live there all year round.
5 November 2016|
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Response from John B | Reviewed this property |
Very limited this time of year. You can do ok. It is very pretty in the winter. Remember this is out in the Atlantic Ocean. It is cold so dress real warm and definitely go to the national seashore near p town... More