Bucket List

They stand as welcoming beacons to Martha’s Vineyard — representing both the island’s maritime past, and today, a favored family photo op, and selfie spot. The five lighthouses of Martha’s Vineyard have become iconic island images. They stretch from Edgartown Harbor, to East and West Chop on Vineyard Haven Harbor, to Cape Pogue on Chappy, to the cliffs of […]

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The West Tisbury Farmers’ Market on Martha’s Vineyard is classic Vineyard all the way. Every Wednesday and Saturday morning during the summer months, it seems like just about everyone on the island drops by for something fresh and local. Martha’s Vineyard now has more than 40 farms actively raising and producing  local food for sale, […]

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Menemsha is one of those magic places on Martha’s Vineyard. It’s a quaint fishing village in the northwest end of Chilmark, where it meets Vineyard Sound. There is a picturesque harbor, and a beautiful sandy, public beach. Picnicking is a way of life in Menemsha, and especially in-season, there are several classic seafood shacks that add […]

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We hear a lot about local food and farm-to-table these days. Here on Martha’s Vineyard alone, there are dozens of farms, producing all kinds of fresh goodies. But this is the Vineyard after all, and not only do we have a bounty of agriculture, we also have a bounty of aquaculture. The oyster farmers of Martha’s […]

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In an era of virtual reality and high tech theme and adventure parks, The Flying Horses Carousel on Martha’s Vineyard is a throw back with a winning formula. Not only is it the oldest carousel in America but its magical, historic charm has helped spin it into one of the most popular attractions on Martha’s Vineyard. […]

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Have you ever been to The Farm Institute on Martha’s Vineyard? It may be well known for its ever-popular summer camp for kids, but this Classic Vineyard Experience belongs on everyone’s Bucket List. We’ve got you covered with a Bucket List video visit below. This unique, year-round destination is not only a real working farm, […]

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While we may already be thinking about warmer days ahead, some Martha’s Vineyard experiences are so magical, they’re just as great in the middle of winter as they are in the summer. On Point Blogger Guinevere Cramer just took a group of family and friends out to explore Cedar Tree Neck Sanctuary. If you’ve never visited […]

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