How to Get to Ptown: Driving, Flying or by Bus, Ferry or Train
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.