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Murals of Provincetown Inn Provincetown, MA

Explore Our Vibrant History Through Murals

Delve into the Provincetown Inn's storied past through our captivating murals. Each artwork narrates a unique chapter of our history, blending local heritage with the artistic spirit of Provincetown. Explore the timeless beauty and cultural significance that adorn our walls, enriching your stay with every glance.

An Icon of Style

The year was 1925, and a new luxurious hotel opened its doors for the first time with 28 guest rooms and a formal dining room with views of Provincetown, the harbor, and Cape Cod Bay; in 1935, the Inn was purchased by "the bossman," Chester Peck. The Inn quickly became a success story and gained a reputation for its generous hospitality and was a "must-stop" for the many stage and screen personalities who visited and performed in Provincetown as well as the many summer tourists visiting the town.

Our History

During World War II, the Provincetown Inn served as a Coast Guard training ground. After the war, it expanded, adding new rooms and facilities, becoming a thriving summertime resort. Renowned artist Don Aikens painted murals depicting Provincetown's history. In 1972, it changed hands, continuing its tradition of hospitality and hosting celebrities. In 1997, the structure enclosing the pool was removed, grass was planted, and the large lawn area that you see today was created. The new outdoor pool was refurbished, and a bar and grill were added.
  • 2023

    In 2023, the Provincetown Inn continued its tradition of hospitality, offering guests a memorable experience amidst the beauty of Cape Cod.

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