Getting to the Cape has never been so easy! Starting Memorial Day weekend, the Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority operates the new seasonal CapeFLYER weekend train service from Boston to Cape Cod (just $35 round trip). Amenities include onboard concessions, free Wi-Fi, wheelchair accessibility and passengers can bring their bikes at no charge. There will be many transportation connections available to your final destination after arriving on Cape, including buses, car rentals, taxis and ferry and air service to the Islands.
Sightseeing and dinner service is offered aboard Cape Cod Central Railroad, and the CapeFLYER passenger train runs seasonally from Boston to Cape Cod.
Ride the rails on our Coastal Excursion Train. This classic excursion train ride brings passengers up close and personal with a the behind the scenes tour showcasing some of the natural beauty of the Cape including woodlands, sand dunes, cranberry bogs, salt marshes and the famous Cape Cod Canal. Our lively on-board narration adds another dimension to the ride, keeping guests informed and entertained throughout the duration of their journey with facts and “wicked good” tales of the Cape. All aboard!
Recommended in Parade Magazine, 2010, as "One of America's Great train Rides," the Cape Cod Central Railroad offers a "never-forget" experience for everyone. Romantic dining is offered on our Cape Cod Dinner Trains; and our Sunday Brunch and Cape Cod Luncheon Trains provide a refreshing mid-day break. Two-hour narrated Coastal Excursion Trains offer the best of Cape Cod legend and lore on the scenic "road" around the cape. All trains provide air-conditioned comfort. Reservations required for our dining trains.