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Nantucket, Massachusetts

Nantucket is an island in the U.S. state of Massachusetts and is located approximately 30 miles by ferry from the south of Cape Cod. "Nantucket" is a name derived from similar Algonquian names for an island, which means "island or faraway land" or "sandy, sterile soil that's tempting no one."

Together with the tiny islands of Tuckernuck and Muskeget, it generally constitutes the conterminous Nantucket County and the Town of Nantucket. According to the census of 2010, the population was 10,172. Also, a section of the town is designated the census-designated place or the Nantucket CDP.

The Surfside region on Nantucket is actually the southernmost settlement in the state of Massachusetts. Nantucket is a tourist destination, as well as a summer colony. Because of seasonal residents and tourists, the island's population tends to increase to at least 50,000 people during the hot summer months.

Furthermore, in the first quarter of 2018, a single family's home average price was an estimated $2.3 million. The National Park Service points out Nantucket, which was classified as a National Historic Landmark District later in 1966, as the best surviving environmental and architectural example of an 18th as well as 19th century New England seaport town.

Things To Do In Nantucket

Nantucket is a small town destination that usually feels remote. CEOs and socialites frequently visit this town since there are swanky restaurants and hefty prices to match. Furthermore, it's beautifully rustic, with quaint lighthouses and windblown dunes.

The most intriguing part about traveling to Nantucket is that you could do as little or as much as you wish. Sleep in, learn more about the historical past of the island, spend the day at the beach, or have a fabulous brunch, it's all up to you!

Below are a few fun things you should do in Nantucket:

  • Lay on the beach. You'll find a stunning beach everywhere you walk along the coast, and all of the waters in Nantucket are open to the public. Some of the best Nantucket beaches include Ladies Beach, Cisco Beach, Sconset Beach, Madaket Beach, Surfside Beach, and Jetties Beach.
  • Participate in the brewery tour at Cisco. It's a brewery, distillery, and winery all in one. It's complete with live music, food trucks, and open-air seating!
  • See the lighthouses. These three beautiful lighthouses are: Sankaty, Great Point, and Brant Point Lighthouse.
  • Have a Clam Bake. Some of the most typical seafood restaurants on Nantucket are Straight Wharf Fish Store, Sayle's, Brant Point Grill, and Cru.
  • Visit the whaling museum. In case it rains during your travel to Nantucket, the best indoor activity you should do is to visit the whaling museum.
  • Go fishing. There's lots of game fish in Nantucket. If you're a serious fisherman, therefore, you should visit Nantucket between May and November since it's the prime fishing season.
  • Cruise the harbor. There are large whale watching cruises, quaint tug boats, and sleek schooners. Whatever suits your fancy.
  • Admire the architecture. The homes are one of the beautiful things about the town of Nantucket.
  • Take the calm, Sconset Bluff walk. After biking down to Siasconset, you shouldn't skip the Bluff Walk.
  • Rent bikes to explore the island.

History of Nantucket

Nantucket was inhabited by Wampanoag Indians when it was visited by Bartholomew Gosnold, an English navigator, in 1602. In 1641, Thomas Mayhew purchased the island from the Plymouth colony and administered it as part of New York. The town's first settlement was in 1659, and trading, boat building, and fishing were the earliest activities.

Later in 1692, it was ceded to Massachusetts and named Nantucket, which is a Native American word. Quakers started arriving in the 1690s. In 1687, Nantucket town was incorporated, while the county was formed later in 1695. Whaling started in the 18th century and reached its prime as a Nantucket's industry before the American Revolution. And this was when the island was homeport to 125 whaling ships or more.

After the War of 1812, Nantucket's commercial activity drastically declined, and other ports later bypassed it. Unfortunately, it never regained its initial maritime prominence. With improved transportation on the island, it developed an appealing summer tourist trade that's now the economic mainstay.