Great Point Light

The original lighthouse here was erected in 1784 and destroyed in 1984. It was rebuilt in 1986. It is almost 60 feet tall.

Whaling Museum

A 46-foot sperm whale skeleton, a massive Fresnel lens, and a recreated 1847 candle factory are all on display at the Whaling Museum.

Jetties Beach

With all the amenities, Jetties Beach is among the top beaches for both adults and children that are close to the city.

Cisco Brewers

On Nantucket Island, Cisco Brewers is a brewery, distillery, and vineyard that were first established in 1981 as a winery.

Nantucket Shipwreck & Lifesaving Museum

The mid-19th century islanders who sacrificed their lives to save the sailors who were sinking are remembered by the Nantucket Shipwreck & Lifesaving Museum.

Madaket Beach

Everything that makes Nantucket renowned is available at Madaket Beach, including boating, fishing, scalloping, strolling, and biking.

The Nantucket Atheneum

A free public library that was established in 1847 and was designated to the National Register of Historic Places in 1966, is a significant draw.

Brant Point Lighthouse

It has been in operation for more than 250 years and is the second-oldest lighthouse in America, having been built in 1746.

Sconset Bluff Walk

Sconset Bluff Walk is a lovely, lengthy path that offers amazing views of the stunning ocean behind private mansions on the east coast.

Sanford Farm & Ram Pasture

Sanford Farms features Spectacular Ocean views on its coasts and is surrounded by lakes, woodlands, and farmland, an area where hikers and nature lovers like to frequent.