Travel Directions

Harwich, Cape Cod, is easy to get to from anywhere in the Northeast U.S.

From New York City and points south: Travel I-95 North through Connecticut to Providence, Rhode Island. Following signs for "Cape Cod,"  take I-195 East, through Fall River and New Bedford. At the eastern terminus of I-195 follow signs for "Cape Cod" and take Rt. 25 crossing the Cape Cod Canal on the Bourne Bridge. Once over the bridge, follow the rotary 3/4 of the way around following signs for "Rt.6 - Provincetown." Turn right at the first traffic light (approximately 2 miles) again following signs for Rt. 6.  This road becomes an entrance ramp onto Rt. 6 East.  Follow Rt. 6 to Exit 10, Harwich.  Turn right off the exit and continue straight through the four-way stop (blinking red light) to Harwich center.

From Albany, N.Y. and Western Massachusetts: Travel the Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90) East to exit 11-A. Following signs for "Cape Cod" turn right off the exit onto I-495 South. Continue on I-495 South until the road becomes Rt. 25. Continue on Rt. 25 crossing the Cape Cod Canal on the Bourne Bridge. Once over the bridge, follow the rotary 3/4 of the way around following signs for "Rt.6 - Provincetown." Turn right at the first traffic light (approximately 2 miles) again following signs for Rt. 6. This road becomes an entrance ramp onto Rt. 6 East.  Follow Rt. 6 to Exit 10, Harwich. Turn right off the exit and continue straight through the four-way stop (blinking red light) to Harwich center.

From Boston, MA and points north: Take routes 93 or 128 South to Rt. 3 South.  Follow Rt. 3 South straight onto the Sagamore Bridge and onto Rt. 6.  Follow Rt. 6 to Exit 10, Harwich.  Turn right off the exit and continue straight through the four-way stop (blinking red light) to Harwich center.

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