Martha’s Vineyard is an iconic island in Massachusetts just south of Cape Cod, famed as a summer colony filled with quaint harbour villages, lighthouses, sandy beaches and entertainment. This island is accessible only by boat or air and offers a vibe of quaint yet upscale exclusivity. The Martha’s Vineyard Museum showcases the entire local history with artefacts such as indigenous items to those from the whaling industry. The Flying Horses Carousel is one of the oldest still in operation, with elegant hand-painted horses. Gay Head Light is a landmark lighthouse open seasonally, with tours and panoramic views of the entire island.

The Featherstone Center for the Arts features paintings by important modern and contemporary artists and provides classes and workshops. The Field Gallery and Sculpture Garden has an elegant selection of carvings and sculptures in a public installation. The Old Whaling Church offers spectacular architecture with a museum detailing the local history and holding concerts and live performances.

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