All sessions are held in the National Seashore at the Nauset School at 100 Cable Road, Eastham, Massachusetts. Eastham is a 2-hour drive from Boston or Providence (expect traffic delays on Saturday). There are scheduled flights from Boston and Providence to Hyannis, a 40-minute drive to Eastham. A car is needed for full access to Cape Cod.
Cape Cod is about 70 miles long, and 75 miles from Logan Airport in Boston and Green Airport in Providence, Rhode Island. Driving distances to the Mid-Cape area are: Boston 77 miles; Providence 77 miles; New York City 245 miles; Montreal 355 miles.
Take either the Sagamore or the Bourne bridge across the Cape Cod Canal and follow Route 6 East to the Orleans/Eastham Rotary (past Exit 12). At the Rotary continue on Route 6 towards Eastham and Provincetown. At the third traffic light (large intersection with shopping plaza on right), turn right onto Brackett Road. (Ben & Jerry's is on the corner.) At the stop sign at the end of Brackett, turn left onto Nauset Road. Then take your first right onto Cable Road. (You will see signs for Nauset Light Beach and Nauset Regional High School.) The campus of Nauset Regional High School, where the Cape Cod Institute is held, is immediately on the left.
There are frequent scheduled flights from Boston and Providence to Hyannis, which is about a 40-minute drive to the Cape Cod Institute in Eastham.