Just in time for summer, John Robshaw has transformed a Greydon House guest room into the Blue & White Room – filled with the signature Nantucket style you know and love.
Nantucket Wine and Food Festival returns for its 24th year from May 18-22, 2022, bringing with it distinguished winemakers, chefs, sommeliers, and presenters from all around the world for a week of prestigious lunches, dinners, tastings, and educational seminars. It’s one of the biggest island events of the year, and one you don’t want to miss.
Trading the city lights for Nantucket sights is a vacation everyone should take, but how do you plan the trip there? Do you climb aboard Cape Air for the short hour and a half flight? Or do you take your time and embark on the Interstate 95 road trip? We have everything you need to know about making the trip from NYC to Nantucket.
If you have the good fortune of being on Nantucket for Memorial Day weekend, you’re in luck: It’s one of the best weekends to be on island all year long.
By land, air, and sea, you’ve made the trek to our Atlantic island, and you’re ready to explore.
Planning a trip to Nantucket in 2022? Don’t miss these local events.
The beloved Nantucket Daffodil Festival marks the arrival of spring, when more than three million daffodils paint the town yellow and white. Locals don daffodils on everything from their hats to their homes; businesses open up shop for the active season; and the entire island gathers for a slew of celebrations, including hat and flower shows, bike and dog parades, and, most notably, an antique car parade followed by a tailgating picnic out in Sconset.
While most people visit Nantucket between Memorial Day and Labor Day, the best time to visit Nantucket is year-round. We’ll help you pick the right season for you.
Good people, good time, good brews. If that’s what you’re searching for, then Cisco Brewers Nantucket is your place. For more than two decades, the island’s premier brewery, distillery, and vineyard have served seven craft beers, six flavored vodkas, and seven wines (including two reserves). The bottom line: there’s something for everyone at Cisco Brewers.
Long before the founding fathers arrived, Native Americans revered wild cranberries. For the past 160 years, every fall, the Nantucket cranberry harvest – and now the Nantucket Cranberry Festival – has turned the island scarlet.