Welcome to the GPS-enabled professionally-narrated Self-Guided Driving Tour of Cape Cod & P-Town!
This historic tour of the Provincetown begins at the Cape Cod Visitor Center and ends all the way at the end of the famous hook, in Provincetown. Along the way, we’ll see iconic lighthouses, sandy beaches, and quaint towns that give the Cape it’s unique charm.
Are you ready to turn your phone into a personal tour guide? This app offers a fully-guided experience - just like a local giving you a personalized, turn-by-turn, fully-guided tour.
Provincetown & Cape Cod:
Explore all that Cape Cod has to offer with this self-guided driving tour, from quintessential lighthouses to sandy beaches! As you drive, discover the Cape’s seafaring traditions, Pilgrim history, and miles of beautiful beaches.
See and hear the engaging stories of Provincetown:
■ Cape Cod Visitor Center
■ The Famous Hook
■ Nauset Tribe
■ Dennis Port
■ Scargo Tower & Lake
■ The Scouting Party
■ Lavender Farm
■ Bank Street Beach
■ First Encounter Beach
■ Salt Pond Visitor Center
■ Nauset Lighthouse
■ Three Sisters Lighthouses
■ Mass Audubon Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary
■ Marconi Station
■ Atlantic White Cedar Swamp Trail
■ Highland Lighthouse
■ The Kennedy Connection
■ Pilgrim Spring Trail
■ Heading to P-Town
■ Commercial Street
■ MacMillan Pier
■ Pilgrim Monument
■ Mayflower Contract
■ Pilgrims' First Landing Park
■ Long Point Light Station
■ Herring Cove Beach
■ Race Point Lighthouse
■ Beech Forest
■ Plays automatically
The app knows where you are and which direction you are heading, and plays audio automatically about the things you are seeing, plus stories and tips and advice. Simply follow the GPS map & the routing line.
■ Fascinating stories
Be immersed in an engaging, accurate, and entertaining story about each point of interest. The stories are professionally narrated and prepared by local guides. Most stops also have additional stories that you can optionally choose to hear.
■ Works offline
No data, cellular or even wireless network connection needed while taking the tour. Download over Wi-Fi/Data Network before your tour.
■ Freedom of travel
Explore on your own time, at your own pace, and with the flexibility to linger at stops that interest you. You have total freedom to skip ahead, stop and restart, and take as many photos as you’d like.
■ Award-winning platform
The app developers received the famous “Laurel Award” from the Newport Mansions, who use it for over a million tours/year.
FREE DEMO vs FULL ACCESS:
Check out the totally free demo to get an idea of what this tour is all about. If you like it, purchase the tour to get full access to all of the stories.
■ Download ahead of time, over data or WiFi.
■ Be sure the phone battery is fully charged, or take an external battery pack.
■ Boston’s Historic Freedom Trail:
This 2.5-mile Freedom Trail winds through historic Boston, Massachusetts. As you walk in the footsteps of Revolutionary War heroes, re-live the battles for American Independence and learn about the historic events that transpired there!
■ Harvard Square:
Explore Harvard’s campus, including the Yard - the heart of this famous Ivy League university.
■ Harborwalk (Boston Tea Party):
See the site of the infamous Boston Tea Party while learning about colonial tea smugglers, Parliament’s angry response, and the historic events that led to the Revolutionary War for American Independence.
■ Scenic Cape Ann:
This scenic driving tour uncovers beautiful rocky beaches, quaint colonial architecture, and the historic & tragic tale of the Perfect Storm.
Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life. This app uses your location service and GPS tracking feature to allow real-time tracking of your route.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Fun for the family
Driving out to Provincetown can be pretty boring, especially for the kids, but this tour is a great way to keep them (and the adults) entertained. Lots of interesting historical information alongside some recommended stops along the way. We didn’t have time for most of those detours since we were going straight to Provincetown but I plan to do them next time. The tour begins at a random rest stop, which I found strange, but it is conveniently located on Rt 6 and has a bathroom. The information center at the rest stop was closed due to covid but from that point on, the stories began to play automatically as we drove. There was one time the audio stories got cut off but overall it worked well.
We started the App as we were leaving the visitor center and used it as our in person guide. Besides not missing the must see spots, we also learnt a lot about the history of the area. It kept the kids entertained and they got to learn about the early settlers too!
We have been to the Cape ever year. With this story, it brought out a very different world. A whole new dimension came up. Very useful app. Each point of interest was tied with my phone gps. If you have time, go through all the stories at home first. Well done!
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- Historic Day Trips- Sarla Shah
- 39.4 MB
Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- This app may use your location even when it isn't open, which can decrease battery life.
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- In-App Purchases
- Provincetown Tour Guide $2.99
- Freedom Trail Tour Guide $1.99
- Harvard Yard Tour Guide $1.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.