Nantucket Recreation Plan your activities before your Nantucket Vacation. Biking, beaches, arts, Nantucket museums and history, find them all here.
Beaches Nantucket is home to some of the most pristine beaches in the world. Whether you prefer the gentle waters of Nantucket Sound or the wilder ocean waves, Nantucket Island has a beach you will love.
Lighthouses They've basked in the luxury of beachside summers and they've bristled against the most ruthless island winters. Nantucket has three lighthouses, each with its own distinctive look, personality and history.
Biking With miles of bike paths to all parts of the Nantucket Island, a bike is the ideal way to get around. You can rent bikes or bring your own, and there's even a guide offering Nantucket Bike Tours.
Boating, Fishing & Water Sports You've come to an island, of course you want to have fun on and in the water on Nantucket! Here are suggestions for boating, fishing, seal cruises, whale watching, sailing, yachts, and more! Check out our Fishing Information to learn where to get your fishing license and more.
Museums & Sites More than half a dozen Nantucket museums are open to visitors during the season, featuring exhibits on Nantucket whaling, island art, Nantucket shipwrecks, Nantucket Lightship Baskets, and more.
Family & Kids Fun Activities, classes, nature walks, camps, sports, theater and other fun stuff is offered just for kids on Nantucket Island. And check our calendar for events specially suited to children and families.
Fitness & Sports Nantucket offers a variety of fitness clubs and personal trainers to stay fit, look good, and feel great.
Island Tours See Nantucket by bus, bike, water, or on foot with an islander to guide you.
Festivals Daffodil Festival, Nantucket Wine Festival, Film Festival, and festivals celebrating maritime life, cranberries, and the arts...Nantucket is home to a variety of festivals throughout the year.