It's a Monumental Fourth at the Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum

July 4th from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.
(Courtesy of the Pilgrim Monument & Provincetown Museum)

There is no better place in Provincetown to watch the Fourth of July fireworks than on the grounds of the Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum (PMPM)! On July 4th from 5pm-10pm, the PMPM welcomes everyone up to the Monument grounds to pitch a blanket, bring your own picnic or purchase delicious food on-site, and watch the spectacular fireworks display that can be seen from miles around Cape Cod. 

There are several options to choose from:

The grounds on the West Lawn will be open to all for free starting at 5pm. A cash bar and various offerings for food as described below are available.

For a VIP experience, support the PMPM at this fundraising event and buy a ticket for $75 to picnic on the East Lawn which includes an open bar for beer and wine, a light picnic buffet with sandwiches, salad, cookies and popcorn and reserved viewing space to watch the fireworks from in front of the Monument. VIP ticketholders can also reserve a parking space for the day at a cost of $35 at the time they purchase their ticket.

In addition, anyone can purchase “The 2020” – the official cocktail of Provincetown 400 – featuring Truro Vineyards Rose Gin; Cider from Shoal Hope Ciderworks of Provincetown; Ice Cream from the Local Scoop: and Burgers, hot dogs, and other offerings from Tween the Tides.

Tickets may be purchased online at: https://pilgrim-monument.secure.force.com/ticket/#sections_a0F1N00000x3v5oUAA


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