Vacation Travel Guides

Getting Here, Getting Around - Bus, Car, Ferry, Air

Martha's Vineyard transportation - fly to the Island by airplane, drive your car or take a bus, ferry schedules, etc. Getting Around Martha's Vineyard, Public Transportation Year-round Bus Line VTA - Martha's Vineyard Regional Transit... Read more

Alley's General Store & Farm Stand

The oldest convenience store on Martha's Vineyard, Alley's General Store has been in business since 1858. It is not a tourist attraction, but a place you'll love to go to grab some coffee, groceries, snacks, some beach supplies and various toys... Read more

Lobsterville Beach

Lobsterville was a small fishing village started around 1878 during an upsurge in lobster fishing. The beach here used to be lined with lobster pots, fishing gear, and tubs where flounder and skates were salted together with trash fish. Dealers... Read more

Aquinnah Beach & Cliffs

Aquinnah Beach - a half-mile stretch of pristine coastline, it was named one of the Travel Channel's Best Walking Beaches in America. The beach is not as crowded as nearby beaches like South Beach in Katama. Pristine beach, smooth rocks, gorgeous... Read more

Ocean Park

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Martha's Vineyard Museum

Address : 59 School Street, Edgartown MA 02539 Tel : (508) 627-444 Open for public : Schedule , admission around $7 Read more

South Beach in Katama

South Beach is one of the busiest beaches on Martha’s Vineyard’s, most popular with the younger crowds.  It is placed in top five cleanest beaches in New England. With plenty of free public parking, its location and rolling surf is perfect for... Read more

Gay Head Lighthouse

A Must See for anyone visiting Martha's Vineyard! a visitor to Martha's Vineyard Take a tour of the lighthouse, the oldest lighthouse on Noepe and enjoy spectacular 360 degree Aquinnah panoramic scenery. Climb a winding metal... Read more

Flying Horses Carousel

Address : 15 Oak Bluffs Avenue, Oak Bluffs, MA 02557 The Flying Horses Carousel is one of the oldest carousels in the United States, dating back to the 1870's constructed by Charles Dare, it is one of only two Dare carousels still in... Read more