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2-day Tour of Nantucket Including the Annual Daffodil Festival
nantucket daffodial festivalJoin us in celebrating springtime on Nantucket Island. This 2-day package starts with a tour of the Hyannis area followed by a clam and lobster dinner. The next morning, take a high speed ferry to Nantucket where you get to enjoy The Annual Daffodil Festival which includes the Antique Car Parade, art shows and tour of Nantucket Island. You will see thousands of daffodils in bloom while on the island. Enjoy a Nantucket Island tour before departing from home.
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1) docks of yachts in nantucketWalk around the docks

Nantucket is a very wealthy resort town, and many of its summer and year-round residents have boats. We always like to walk around the docks checking out the boats, which run the gamut from small motorboats to huge yachts.

2) The Whaling Museum -
Nantucket's Whaling Museum gives visitors a good overview of the town's whaling history. One of the highlights of the museum is a 46-foot long skeleton of a sperm whale that washed ashore in the 1990s.

the whaling museum in nantucket


coskata-coatue wildlife refuge3) Coskata-Coatue Wildlife Refuge
Located at the northern point of Nantucket, the Coskata-Coatue Wildlife Refuge provides protected habitat for hundreds of osprey and other rare sea birds. Other popular activities include surf-fishing, hiking and checking out the Great Point Light, but according to recent visitors, off-roading along the shoreline is probably the most popular activity on the refuge.You can drive your own four-wheel drive automobile or rent one to test the sand !

surfside beach nantucket4) Surfside Beach
Surfside Beach, located on the southern shore, is one of the most popular beaches on the island. It's definitely one of the most amenity-rich stretches of sand, too: Public rentals, showers, food kiosks and lifeguards are all here in the peak beach season. And although the waves may be too choppy for younger travelers, Surfside is great for catching a wave and participating in other gnarly watersports.

sankaty head lighthouse5) Bike to Sankaty Head Lighthouse
One of the best ways to visit Sankaty Head Lighthouse is by bicycle, particularly if you're coming from town. The peaceful ride on the sidewalk along The Milestone Road takes you past 9 miles of fragrant bayberry, pitch pine, heath, broom, and wildlife, into the charming village of Siasconset, where you can then pedal past rose-covered cottages and up Baxter Road to the picturesque lighthouse.

bartlett's farm produce6) Bartlett's Farm Produce
At least once a week my family would load up on fresh fruits and vegetables at Bartlett's Farm, founded in the early 1800s by the Bartlett family, who still own the farm today. Although it has grown to include a garden center and market, offering prepared dishes, dry goods, organic foods, and home goods, those in the know still buy locally-grown produce. 33 Bartlett Farm Road , 508-228-9403 

the chicken box7) Chicken Box
Looking for the best music on Nantucket? Look no further than the Chicken Box. Ther'es music six nights a week, a cheap cover charge, and friendly staff.


muskeget seals8) Seal Encounter Cruise -

"Nantucket Adventures" they take you on a seal encounter cruise out to Muskeget Island.The seals get so close that a few of them stuck their noses right in the boat.


first congregational church nantucket9) First Congregational Church -

The First Congregational Church is one of the oldest and largest churches on Nantucket. The church's interior is fairly plain, in traditional New England style. Church services are held on Sunday mornings and Wednesday evenings.


nantucket corn mill10)The Old Mill and fresh-ground cornmeal

Perched on a hill at 50 Prospect St. is the oldest functioning windmill in the country, a 50-foot, grey-shingled, octagonal structure with four 30-foot long, red arms. Carpenter Nathan Wilbur built the mill in 1746 entirely from the wood of shipwrecks; the grain-grinding millstones came from Quincy. Wilbur used the mill for many years until it fell into disrepair. Numerous islanders stepped in over the years to rescue it, ending with the Nantucket Historical Association, which has completely restored the mill to working order, including its ability to grind corn. 50 Prospect St.

madaket beach11) Madaket Beach

Madaket is the small town at the western end of Nantucket Island. It is a very quiet town, with almost no commercial businesses. We like to go there because its beach is almost always empty, and is a nice quiet place to read a book, look for seashells, and help Anna build sand castles. There are almost no waves at this end of the island, and the water is very calm.

aquarium nantucket12) Maria Mitchenll Aquarium

The aquarium is great for small children because it allows them to touch many of the sea creatures, including horseshoe crabs, clams, and other shellfish. The aquarium's highlight is its blue lobster, a rare creature that looks like a normal lobster but is colored blue instead of red due to an unusual recessive gene.

jetties beach13) Jetties Beach

Northern Jetties is pretty similar to its southern, sandy counterpart, Surfside. Both bustle with activity in the summer and are loaded with beachside perks like food carts and public bathrooms. But there are two major things that set Jetties apart.1) Because of its location on Nantucket Sound, Jetties' waves are much calmer than those found at Surfside, making it a better place for younger or less-experienced swimmers. 2) Jetties has a boardwalk lined with casual eateries, keeping visitors from going hungry on an all-day beach trip.

jetties nantucket14) The Jetties

These craggy, blackened, parallel stretches of granite stones — each running approximately 400 yards out from Nantucket Harbor — were built in the 1880s to warn whaling ships about a treacherous sandbar that had caused numerous shipwrecks.


cisco brewery15) Cisco Brewery - If we came to Nantucket, THIS is the first location we'd visit (with Fido, of course). Picture a winery, brewery, and distillery . . . in ONE location! Woo hoo!



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