Provincetown is the premier LGBTQ travel destination. And getting here is easy!

Your journey to Provincetown may begin early in the morning, but by evening you’ll be surrounded by friends, relaxing by the National Seashore, sipping a drink, and watching the sunset, planning your vacation adventures. Traveling in and out of Provincetown is easy for LGBTQ travelers, and may include a variety of modes – planes, trains, automobiles, busses, and ferries. We are approximately two hours to Boston by car, and less than 30 minutes by air. Two ferry companies offer seasonal service from Boston with high-speed options that cut your commute to 90 minutes. Check out your travel options and book your trip today to come visit the number one gay tourist destination in the country!

From Boston

Provincetown is a 2 ½ hour drive from Boston and environs including Logan Airport, South Station, and the bus terminals.

From Rhode Island

Provincetown is a 2 ½ hour drive from Providence and Providence’s T.F. Green Airport.

From New York

Provincetown is approximately a 5 – 5 ½ hour car ride. Enterprise has a car rental office at Provincetown Airport.

Parking

Parking Enforcement is from April 1st through October 31st, 7 days a week including holidays. The town has several municipal lots. See map on the Town’s Parking page.

Ferry service is available from Boston to Provincetown beginning in the spring and ending in the fall. There are several trips a day, as well as high-speed service (approx. 90 Minutes). Enjoy scenic views, food and drinks and the benefit of skipping road traffic. Regular ferry service is also available from Plymouth, Massachusetts.

BAY STATE CRUISE CO., INC.
Daily passenger and excursion ferry service from the World Trade Center in Boston to MacMillan Wharf in Provincetown. Brand new state of art, fast, sleek M/V Provincetown III and M/V Provincetown IV.

Online ticketing and walk on E-ticketing available, dock side ticket booth.

For more information, call 877-783-3779 or 617-748-1428.

BOSTON HARBOR CRUISES
Passenger fast ferry (90 minutes) service to and from Boston/Provincetown, from One Long Wharf, Boston to MacMillan Wharf, Provincetown. This is the largest luxury passenger catamaran in the US, now with concierge service.

Ptown office is located on MacMillan Wharf.

For schedule and tickets, call 877-733-9425 or 617-227-4321.

CAPTAIN JOHN BOATS FAST FERRY
Passenger ferry service between Plymouth & Provincetown. Galley & bar service. Open air decks & climate controlled cabin. Bikes free of charge. State Pier, 77 Water Street, Plymouth – MacMillan Wharf, Provincetown.

For schedule and tickets, call 508-746-2643.

BOAT DOCKING
To reserve a mooring or slip for a night or a weekend:

FLYER’S BOAT SHOP
Call 508-487-0898 or hail them on VHF CH 11.

PROVINCETOWN MARINA
Call 508-487-0571 or hail them on VHF CH 09.

LONG POINT MARINA
Call 774-593-5120 or hail them on VHF CH 14. 

Cape Air

Air service from Boston is a quick, 20-minute scenic trip with fantastic views of Boston and Cape Cod. Cape Air offers fast, frequent, year-round flights between Provincetown and Boston, and seasonal flights between Provincetown and New York. Cape Air has ticketing and baggage agreements with most major carriers to make connecting a breeze.

For reservations, call 800-CAPEAIR 800-227-3247, Outside of US & USVI 508-771-6944.

Provincetown Airport

Provincetown Airport is located on Race Point Road and minutes from town.

Bus service is available from Boston, Plymouth, and Hyannis.

PLYMOUTH & BROCKTON STREET RAILWAY CO. (P&B BUS)
Regular, year-round bus service between Provincetown (MacMillan Pier), Hyannis (Transportation Center) & Boston (South Station) & Boston Logan Airport. From Hyannis, you can connect to Peter Pan Bus to Providence, RI and Grand Central in New York.

For schedules and tickets, call 508-746-0378.

BUS ROUTE: HYANNIS TO/FROM PROVINCETOWN
Hyannis – Provincetown Bus line runs every day of the week. Bus stops are located in Hyannis, Harwich, Orleans, Eastham, North Eastham, South Wellfleet, Wellfleet, Truro, North Truro, and Provincetown. Plymouth & Brockton bus amenities include roomy interior, Wi-Fi, A/C, overhead luggage compartments, wheelchair accessibility, and more.

Shuttle service is available on the Lower Cape.

CAPE COD REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY (CCRTA)
Daily bus service, Monday through Saturday from Star Market in Harwich to Stop & Shop in Provincetown. The Flex bus connects with the H2O Line and also connects with the Plymouth & Brockton bus service to Boston; at CVS Orleans, Eastham Town Hall, Cobb Library, Truro, Highland Road @ 6A Truro, and MacMillan Pier, Provincetown.

For customer service, call 800-352-7155.

NATIONAL CHARTER BUS BOSTON

Interested in visiting the Provincetown Business Guild? Leave it to National Charter Bus Boston to arrange your group transportation to and from the area. We offer 18-, 20-, 25- and 56-passenger charter bus rentals that can accommodate all group types. Whether you’re on a family vacation or are visiting as part of a corporate trip, we can simplify group travel for all passengers on-board. Contact us at 617-275-8102 for a free, no-obligation trip quote!

BOSTON CHARTER BUS COMPANY

Provincetown, Massachusetts has plenty of activities, attractions and sites for your group to enjoy. Let Boston Charter Bus Company help you explore the city with our 24/7 charter bus rental service. From spending all day at Race Point Beach to visiting the Pilgrim Monument after a long hike, we can provide group transportation for any trip, anytime. Whether you’re in town as a tourist, for a corporate event, wedding, sports game or on a school field trip, our aim is to ensure that you find the perfect bus rental for your journey. Contact us at 718-502-9983 to speak to our reservation team!

Amtrak

AMTRAK has service from New York to Boston, MA and and Providence, RI.

For schedule and tickets, visit us online at www.amtrak.com.