Nantucket punches far above its weight in culinary terms. And the best Nantucket restaurants are just steps from Greydon House. So whether it’s your first time on island or you’re looking for something new to try (after you return to your favorite spot year after year), these are the restaurants in Nantucket you won’t want to miss—sorted by mood: fine dining, restaurants on the water, casual restaurants, and beach bites.
Thirty miles out to sea, Nantucket’s night sky is almost void of light pollution.
July 4th fireworks may be cancelled for 2021, but there’s still plenty of things to do to enjoy a Nantucket Fourth of July this year. Whether you choose to stay in town or head out to the beach, you’ll find it’s hard not to have a good time on island over the holiday weekend. Read on for five ways to spend your Nantucket 4th of July weekend.
You don’t have to go far from Greydon House to experience some of Nantucket’s best shopping. Downtown Nantucket’s cobblestone streets are lined with everything from fashion-forward boutiques to charming classic shops. Whether you’re looking for a unique souvenir or are shopping for your next great look, read on for seven of our top shop picks.
Nantucket is a small island. While there are plenty of Nantucket restaurants to enjoy, the best spots fill up quickly. And it’s not as simple as reserving months in advance. Each of the best Nantucket restaurants has a different policy, so we’ve rounded up five of them for you here. For hours of operation, check out Open Restaurants Nantucket, a resource updated by the Town of Nantucket weekly.
One of Nantucket’s defining virtues is its fabulous spread of Atlantic beaches, an enduring draw that has made the island one of New England’s legendary summer getaways for more than a century. Given the starring role they play among Nantucket’s attractions, some of those sandy strands (Surfside, Cisco, Madaket, and 40th Pole, to name a few) can be crowded indeed during peak summer season.
Whether you’re a seasoned jet setter or just looking to make the most out of a quick trip to ACK, you’ll need to know the ins and outs of booking a flight to Nantucket. Our tiny Atlantic island has a limited amount of small flights arriving and departing each day, so you’ll want to do some research ahead of time to streamline your travel plans. Read on to learn more about how to fly to Nantucket on your next island vacation.
It can be difficult to choose where to start in a place that offers the best of everything. Plan your trip like a local to the best of Downtown Nantucket. Discover the finest restaurants, nightlife, retail, and activities located right here on our cobblestone streets.
Nantucket is home to some of the best golf courses in New England, with both private and public greens available year-round. Don’t be surprised to see the rich and famous swinging their four irons on the practice ranges—these courses are just that phenomenal.
With rolling dunes, sandy beaches, and coastal wildlife, Nantucket is a breathtaking island. Did you know that it’s home to a collection of fascinating wildlife refuges and parks? Keep reading to learn about the picturesque Nantucket wildlife refuge you should visit the next time you visit the Grey Lady.