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In historic Provincetown at the tip of Cape Cod, within walking distance of the town’s charming shops. 2 hours from Boston and 5 hours from New York City. Provincetown Municipal Airport: 2 miles, 10 minutes.

Driving Directions

From Logan International Airport: Exit the airport, follow I-90 W (Mass Turnpike) to Exit 23/ I-93. Merge onto MA-3S/SE Expressway. Merge onto MA-3S via Exit 7 (LEFT EXIT) toward Braintree/Cape Cod. At rotary, take 1st exit onto US-6E/Mid-Cape Highway. At next rotary, take 2nd exit US-6E. Continue to follow signs for US-6E. Turn LEFT on Conwell Street. Turn RIGHT onto Rte. 6A/Bradford Street. Follow to the Crowne Pointe Inn.

Nearest Airport

Provincetown Municipal Airport

Hotel Address

82 Bradford St, Provincetown

Massachusetts, United States 02657

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  • Historic Chatham Main Street

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    Discover the many storefronts and restaurants that inhabit most of Main Street's numerous 19th-century buildings.

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  • Pilgrim Monument And Provincetown Museum

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