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Boston to Provincetown map

We are here! Boston to Provincetown 15 min fly, 90 min by fast ferry or 2 hr 15 min by car.

By Air

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By Boat (SEASONAL)

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By Bus

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By Car

Boston to Provincetown 115 miles.
New York City to Provincetown 299 miles.

Provincetown is at the end of Route 6. From the south you can come through Providence Rte. 195; from the north or west Rte. 495 or through Boston by Rte. 3. All routes connect with Route 6.

Driving time from Boston or Providence is almost two hr and 15 min, New York about six hours.

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By Train

CapeFLYER.com is a summer weekend passenger train that runs from Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day from South Station in Boston to Hyannis Depot, with stops in Braintree, Brockton, Middleborough/Lakeville, Wareham Village, Buzzards Bay and Bourne. Check P&B and PeterPan bus schedules for connections to Provincetown.

Onboard concessions, free Wi-Fi, wheelchair accessibility. Pets, bikes are FREE. No reservations. Extra coaches for holiday weekends.

Kids 11 and under ride FREE when accompanied by a paying adult. Seniors and persons with disabilities can ride for 1/2 off regular fare with a Senior CharlieCard or Transportation Access Pass CharlieCard.

Hyannis Depot, 252 Main Street, Hyannis, MA
888 797-7245

Hyannis Transportation Center, 215 Iyannough Road, Hyannis, MA
800 352-7155.

From New York to Boston MA and Providence RI: Amtrak


By Bike

Hundreds of people come to visit Provincetown by bike! Ride your bike on Cape Cod’s Bike trails or hop on the bike shuttle

Provincetown has many bike shops, where you can rent or fix your bike.

Don’t drive! Explore Provincetown and Cape Cod National Park by bike