Our Cape Cod hotel near the CapeFlyer train and the Cape Cod scenic railroad. Our guest enjoy being so near Main Street Hyannis and loves the option of riding the Cape Cod trolley to get around. Want more information on our transportation options as you research hotels in Hyannis Cape Cod? Review the information below to learn how to get into and around town!
From Memorial Day to Labor Day, the CapeFlyer offers Friday, Saturday, and Sunday train service from Boston to Cape Cod. Roundtrip tickets are approximately $40 and reservations are not required.
Hyannis Area Cape Cod Trolley
The Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority (CCRTA) provides an affordable trolley service that operates seven days a week, including holidays, from 10 a.m. to 9:15 p.m., from late June through Labor Day.
Seasonal trolley service runs from the Hyannis Transportation Center down Main Street to Sea Street, then South Street, along Ocean Street toward the Ocean Street Docks, to Nantucket Street, toward the Steamship Authority Ferry Docks and Cape Cod Hospital, and then back to the Hyannis Transportation Center. You may board at any of the stops or flag down a trolley along its route and there’s a trolley every 30 minutes. The fare is $2 for adults and youth or $1 for adults aged 60 and older or people with disabilities.
Sights and attractions along the trolley route:
Hyannis Transportation Center
The Barnstable Villager is the daily bus service in Hyannis, Cape Cod. Buses run from 7:30 a.m. to 6:15 p.m. Monday through Friday and from 8:30 a.m. to 6:15 p.m. on Saturday. A one-way fare is only $2 for adults and children or you can purchase a day pass for $6 or a monthly pass for $60 with unlimited rides.
The outbound route has 10 stops including popular spots like the Hyannis Transportation Center, Hyannis Youth & Community Center, Capetown Plaza, Cape Cod Mall, Festival Mall, Liberty Square, Southwind Plaza, and more.
Please check with the CCRTA for the most current fares and schedules. Call toll-free at 800-352-7155.