- Google Maps
- Official website
- Best brunch on Cape Cod.
- Verified they are seasonal and open in September.
Do not let the location fool you. It looks like an oddity on the side of the road. There’s a good reason for the location as they are not open year-round. We looked at this place fondly each time we drove by it in the winter.
- Official site
- Google Maps
- Plan for at least 1 – 2 hours.
- Terrific view of Provincetown.
- Provincetown Museum is physically accessible.
- Pilgrim monument is not accessible to people with difficulty climbing many flights of ramps and steps, wheelchair users.
User Accessibility Experience
While the Provincetown Museum is physically accessible, I did not remember to check for audio transcripts or video captioning. The Pilgrim Monument was built before the ADA laws impacting building designs making it inaccessible for those who have difficulty walking many flights of stairs/ramps or wheelchair users.
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Going above and beyond the call of duty…
In addition to the fantastic tour provided by Danielle Jeanloz and Peter King who were clearly passionate about sharing Chatham’s history with us, Danielle followed up with an email to answer one of my questions.
My question had to do with the bricks the captain used to build his fireplace and basement with. While they would have to examine any document they have for reference to the bricks, they did find two tidbits online.
This led me to do a search of my own which turned up another fascinating detailed history of brick making in Massachusetts.
- History Myths Debunked: Revisited Myth # 54: Many houses and roads in America were built with bricks and stones carried here as ballast in the holds of ships.
- Budding Co: Interesting Looking Ballast Bricks
- BrickCollecting.com: New England Brick Company