All-things Ptown available on touch-screen terminals.

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PROVINCETOWN, Mass. – The Provincetown Tourism Office has installed kiosks at its Commercial Street location and at the Provincetown Public Library to provide visitors with accurate and timely information about local attractions and events to help maximize their visit to America’s First Destination. The kiosks host the town’s new, quirky, reinvented website that includes information about entertainment, accommodations, and the arts, culture and history of Provincetown.

Visitors can find details about businesses in Ptown on the new touch-screen terminals, including eclectic shops and art galleries on Commercial Street, activities on Ptown’s award winning beaches, Herring Cove and Race Point, and a breadth of other activities such as kayaking, parasailing, whale watching, dune hiking and picnicking.
The kiosks are currently available for the wave of merrymakers in Ptown for the famous Carnival week celebration, Aug. 15-21. Some of the options Carnival-goers will find useful will be locating dining options, daily activities and nighttime venues to continue the partying deep into the night.
Revelers will want to capture the fun and frivolity of Carnival – voted the best festival on Cape Cod. Photos and videos posted on Instagram and tagged with #myptown will be added to the gallery visitors can view on the kiosks or online. The feed will include everything from the everyday to the outrageous experiences in the place Travel and Leisure named one of “America’s Quirkiest Towns.”
Ptown has accumulated prestigious awards for being one of the best cultural towns and coastal destinations in America, including being rated one of “America’s Happiest Seaside Towns 2014” by Coastal Living magazine and being named one of the “10 Best Small Towns in America” by Fodor’s Travel.
For more information about news and events in Ptown or to see the #myptown gallery, visit