Getting To Provincetown

By Air
Cape Air flies direct from Boston’s Logan Airport to Provincetown Airport at Race Point. Or you may fly to Boston and then take the ferry (see By Boat below) to Provincetown. To get from the Logan Airport to the ferry dock, take Boston Public Transit Silver Line Route 1 to the World Trade Center stop or take the water taxi

By Boat
Bay State Cruise Company and Boston Harbor Cruises both provide ferry service from Boston to Provincetown.

By Bus
Plymouth & Brockton Bus Co. offers bus service from New York City, Boston and Providence.

By Car
The Fine Arts Work Center is located at 24 Pearl Street in Provincetown, MA at the tip of Cape Cod. Driving time from Boston takes approximately 2.5 hours and 6 hours from New York City. Wondering if there is another student you can share a ride with to Provincetown? If so, please visit our Student Travel Share Community Forum

Provincetown is best experienced on foot or bicycle – driving and parking can be extremely challenging. If wheeled transportation is needed, Provincetown offers shuttle buses, taxis and pedi-cabs. If you do, however, have a car and need parking, please visit the Provincetown Chamber of Commerce for parking information.

Provincetown is a vibrant cultural arts community surrounded by 40 acres of pristine national seashore. For detailed information on cultural events and outdoor activities, visit the Provincetown Chamber of Commerce. Listed below are some of the festivals, celebrations and theme-weeks that take place during the summer.

WorldFest Provincetown
June 9-10

Provincetown International Film Festival
June 12-17

Provinctown Dance Festival
June 21-22

Portuguese Festival and Blessing of the Fleet
June 27-30

Bear Week
July 13-21

Girl Splash
July 23-27

Family Week
July 28-August 3

Whale Week
July 28-August 3

Provincetown Jazz Festival
August 8 

Carnival Week
August 15-24