TRAVELING TO PROVINCETOWN
BY FERRY from Boston
Approach Provincetown like the Pilgrims did -- by sea! Two companies operate fast ferries from Boston to Provincetown, which is about a 90-minute journey. If you're flying into Boston Logan airport, there are three ways to get to a Provincetown ferry:
- Water Taxi (about 45 min). Take the airport Bus 66 (free) from any terminal to the Airport Water Transport Dock, where you can hop on a water taxi. For a $10 one-way fare, the water taxi will take you on a short, scenic ride across Boston Harbor.
- Silver Line Bus - (about 25 min). Take the Silver Line South Station bus from any airport terminal, and get off at either Ferry terminal for FREE.
- Private Taxi - (about 10-15 min.) if you're pressed for time, it's a quick cab ride, and will cost approximately $25-$30.
Check ferry schedules by clicking the links below:
If you have to work on Monday morning, Bay State Cruises has a 7:30pm Ferry on Sunday night, and a Monday morning ferry at 6:00 am... So you can see every show in the Festival!
BY AIR from Boston
Flying in to Boston? Hop a 20 minute flight from Logan Airport (BOS) and you'll be in P-Town in a flash! Provincetown Municipal Airport (PVT) is a five-minute cab ride from town. Several economically priced flights per day are operated by Cape Air, whose partners are JetBlue and Continental.
If you're worried about getting back to work on Monday, Cape Air has options: one that gets to Boston by 6:30am, so you can connect to planes and trains. There's also a flight that arrives in New York Westchester by 9:15am, with a limo service into the city!
BY BUS from Boston
The most economical way to reach Provincetown is by bus. Prepare for a bit of a journey, as most buses require a transfer stop in Hyannis. Be sure to check the schedules carefully before you arrive in Boston - click below.
BY CAR - Driving directions
Provincetown is about two hours 20 minutes from Boston or Providence, and about five hours from New York. Be sure to check with your accommodations about parking - some inns and hotels don't have parking available. Depending upon where you're staying, once you're here, you can easily get around on foot, rent a bike. or take a cab.
Plan your driving route by clicking the map links below:
Visitors driving to Provincetown can find ample parking during the Fall. For parking areas near your event, see the venue map here: