Victoria House

5 Standish Street, Provincetown, Cape Cod, Massachusetts, 02657, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 5 Standish Street, Provincetown, is near Commercial Street, Pilgrim Monument, MacMillan Wharf, and Whydah Museum.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Victoria House Provincetown

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    Travel Blogs from Provincetown

    Universities

    A travel blog entry by judy.ohalloran on Oct 10, 2014

    3 comments, 7 photos

    Drove south to Plymouth Thursday where the Mayflower took a hundred people from England in 1620. A year later half the people had died but they made a small settlement and managed to rub along with the local tribe of Indians - the Wampanoag. The settlers grew corn and sold it to people up in Maine and caught their own turkeys, raccoons, deer,etc for meat and furs. We visited the Plimoth Plantation where they had set up an Indian encampment and ...

    Plymouth

    A travel blog entry by nodak on Oct 05, 2014

    8 photos

    ... realize it was so small. You can tour it but because of time we did not. We did learn a lot of history about it when we got to the museum. Along the beach we also saw Plymouth Rock. That was a surprise because it is an unimposing rock. It is surrounded by an open structure. On our way to Burial Hill, we passed through Brewster Gardens. It was very pretty. We also saw the Plymouth Grist Mill. On Burial Hill, the views ...

    Whale watching!

    A travel blog entry by noblesontour on Aug 12, 2013

    7 photos

    ... and we went off in search of others.  In all we saw only Finbacks who don't raise their tails in the way Humpacks do but on our last sighting one of the whales pretty much stayed by the side of our boat and let us get a really good view of him including the white of his undercarriage.  It was fantastic and as they turned the boat to head back to shore we really felt we'd seen a lot and so amazing to see these ...

    Wireless & Lighthouse

    A travel blog entry by skierdude on Jun 27, 2012

    25 photos

    ... there would be none of them left.

    This evening we did some shopping in Provincetown. I had seen a T-shirt I liked when we first arrived but Dave was not overly-impressed with it as he thought it looked as if I was returning to my hippie days. I decided that was OK - I can still do hippie when I want to. At my age I think I should be allowed to wear whatever I want within reason so I rebelled and bought it.

    We decided to find somewhere a bit less "entertaining" for ...

    Out to the Cape

    A travel blog entry by chris_calcite on Oct 16, 2011

    11 photos

    ... separate from most other folks and for free too. A good result for an extra 5 mins walk.


    Provincetown seems to be a lovely little, 'boho' town at the very end of the Cape, full of galleries and museums and shops selling very expensive tat to rich Bostonian holidaymakers. It had a very end of season feel to it and a few places were boarded up ready to resist the winter storms. I think the unseasonable ...