Best Things To Do in Martha's Vineyard
Stretching out on Moshup and Menemsha beaches are must-dos of course, but there's more to experience here besides working on your tan. The Aquinnah Cliffs and the satellite island of Chappaquiddick are full of hidden wonders for nature lovers. And the gingerbread cottages and old fashion carousel in Oak Bluffs are fun for families. Or just rent a bike and explore the smaller island's hamlets at your leisure; it's a classic way to catch the Vineyard at its best.
Why go: The Aquinnah Cliffs -- formerly known as Gay Head -- is one of Martha's Vineyard's most-visited tourist spots, with bus ... read more»
Why go: The Black Dog's pooch-themed gear and baked goods (for humans) have achieved icon status on the island -- despite some ... read more»
Why go: These extravagantly decorated summer cottages offer a quaint peek into the island's past. The grounds were originally occupied by ... read more»
Why go: Built in 1876, the Flying Horses Carousel is the oldest operating platform carousel in the country. The hand-painted horses, housed ... read more»
Why go: Chappaquiddick has become infamous for all the wrong reasons. In July of 1969, Senator Edward M. Kennedy was driving a ... read more»