Things to see and do - Nantucket
Nantucket Travel guide
Nantucket : Michelin's recommendations
Lying 28 miles south of Cape Cod, this triangular-shaped island was the world capital of the whaling industry in the early 19C. Merchants and shipowners grew rich from the whale trade, and used their profits to build the magnificent homes that stand today on Main Street near the wharves. With its comfortable old homes, wharfside structures and cobblestone streets along with upscale shopping and dining, Nantucket today reigns as one of the most charming and well-preserved spots on the East Coast.
Tourist attractions Nantucket : Things to see and do
13 Broad St. USA - Nantucket, MA 02554
The Whaling Museum contains wonderful collections of scrimshaw, harpoons, ships models and an impressive skeleton of a 46-foot sperm whale. Step inside the re-created blacksmith shop, sail loft, and cooper's shop to see trades and crafts relating to ..
Main St. USA - Nantucket, MA
Shaded by venerable elms, paved with cobblestones and lined with captains' homes and shops, Main Street has preserved its colonial atmosphere despite the upscale boutiques and galleries that fill the storefronts.
96 Main St. USA - Nantucket, MA
This impressive dwelling, with its Neoclassical pediment and columns, was built in 1845 for the whale oil merchant William Hadwen. The house and its rich decor bear witness to the life of luxury led by its owner.
5 Chestnut Street USA - Nantucket MA 02554
This boutique hotel located in the heart of Nantucket boasts an in-house cafe and shop. Children’s Beach and the ferry to Cape Cod are both within easy walking distance. Flat-screen TVs and a fully stocked minibar are featured in every guest room at..
24 Washington Street USA - Nantucket MA 02554
21 Broad Street USA - Nantucket MA 02554
Prix Prices from : 109 $