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Provincetown Is Your
Winter Escape

As winter settles in Provincetown, the Town transitions from the energetic vibrancy of the warmer months into a gentle and cozy coastal haven. The natural beauty of the Cape remains, with an added touch of winter wonderland magic drawing visitors looking to continue to explore this uniquely intimate town. Many of the shops, inns and restaurants remain open from Thursday through Sunday and there is still plenty to do for those looking for more than just a relaxing vacation by the sea, although that remains an option as well!

Valentine’s Day weekend, February 14th - 16th, and President’s Day weekend, overlapping with Valentine’s, all provide opportunities for a weekend getaway to Provincetown. Romantic lodging destinations make Provincetown an excellent choice for those looking to spend an intimate weekend by the sea.
Provincetown in winter becomes a highly affordable option for a variety of activities. Spas, restaurants, bars, art galleries, and retail stores offer discount opportunities throughout the winter months. Walking the beach or the jetty and strolling through the many galleries in Town are free activities that are as stunning as ever.
Snowbound Leather Weekend, from Friday, February 21st through Sunday, February 23rd, is a gathering for gay men looking to “Get Outta the Cold and Into the HEAT.” The event includes free health screenings, brunches, parties on Friday and Saturday night, a full kit gear educational event, and a “Chaps and Straps” themed afternoon.
As winter settles in, the Town transforms without losing the many things that make it so special. With warm welcomes and a cozy local feel, February is the perfect month to get to know why Provincetown holds such a special place in so many people’s hearts.
About Provincetown
Provincetown, Massachusetts is a true melting pot. Located on the tip of Cape Cod, Provincetown boasts beautiful beaches, top-rated restaurants, art galleries, and charming shops. A top LGBTQ destination, this open-minded community celebrates individuality and freedom of expression. Provincetown has a rich creative history and is home to one of the oldest continuous art colonies in the country. The diverse population of artists, sailors, fisherman, authors, and more, makes Provincetown unique. From Carnival in August to Women’s Week in October and First Light at year’s end, Provincetown is thriving 365 days of the year.
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