The 2022 season has seen several new businesses open while established Ptown institutions are taking on new owners or growing.
One of Provincetown’s many charms is its place at the very tip of Cap Cod: An escape at the edge of the world. As a result, traveling in and out of Provincetown may include a variety of modes – planes, trains, automobiles, buses, and/or ferries.
- Ptown is 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 the table below to learn more about getting to Ptown by car, ferry, air, bus or train.
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 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.
Travel Tips from the PBG's Blog
The Provincetown Business Guild is always excited to learn about our members earning recognition for their efforts and recent such awards have been given to Botanica, The Queen Vic Guest House and the Inn at Cook Street.
The Provincetown Business Guild is working directly with Bay State Cruise Lines & Boston Harbor Cruise Company to make discount tickets available for Pride and other events throughout the month of June in Provincetown.