The Boatslip Resort
Provincetown, MA 02657
Quirky Tourist Attractions in or near Massachusetts
While in Massachusetts, you might enjoy a visit to:
Multicolored and about 20 feet tall, the statue after the adjacent gift shop and home were demolished. The land (and landmark) was donated to the town by one of its residents. Salty restored in 2000 and the park includes a playground, gazebo and nature walk.
Retro-renovated in 2011, this was the first Dunkin Donuts shop, opened in 1950, when coffee cost ten cents. A plaque notes the location's importance in doughnut history. There is no drive thru.
A hideous food disaster -- a 40-foot-high tidal wave of sticky brown molasses from a collapsed storage tank -- that deserves a much more sensational monument.
For your geopolitical viewing pleasure. What the world would look like if it hadn't changed since 1935, and it was a map, and you were standing at its core, and it was made of glass.
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