Transportation to Provincetown, Massachusetts
There are many different ways to join us in Provincetown. Explore the options below to find what’s best for you!
If you are flying from out of state, we recommend flying to Boston. From Boston, or other select airports, Cape Air offers a direct flight to Provincetown. To look at their options, visit here.
Provincetown is located at the tip of Cape Cod, Massachusetts, 116 miles from Boston. It takes between 2 ½ - 3 hours by car, depending on the traffic. If possible, during our summer season we recommend driving to us in the early morning or late evening to hit as little traffic as possible. We have ten off-street parking spots for guests, only. Please contact us to request a spot prior to your arrival.
There are a few ferries that will get you from Boston to Provincetown. The two main ferries that operate during the summer season are Bay State Cruise Company and Boston Harbor Cruises. If you are someone that plans on visiting us many times throughout the summer, they offer seasonal passes at a discounted rate.
Peter Pan Bus Service and other bus services offer rides from all over to Provincetown. You can find the bus stop right at MacMillan Pier in the center of town.