From Nantucket whaling days through today products sold and produced on island have a reputation of unmatched quality. For hundreds of years people and materials from across the world have passed through and settled among the cobblestoned streets of downtown. The combination of global.......... Read more
Feeling the need for a little retail therapy? You’re in luck, because Nantucket features streets lined with world-class shopping. From national brands like Ralph Lauren and Vineyard Vines to local treasures like Murray’s Toggery, you won’t need to go far to satisfy your clothes shopping cravings. In the mood for something for more artistic? Nantucket is an art collector’s paradise, with enough galleries and antique stores to keep the attention of even the most discriminating of aficionados. Our directory of local shops will help you plan your shopping excursion.
Nantucket Looms has a long history of supporting the arts and artisans of its namesake island. This legacy began fifty years ago, in 1968, when Andy Oates and Bill Euler, partners in life and business, took ownership of the former Cloth Company of Nantucket, renaming it Nantucket Looms......... Read more
Nantucket is unique in its own way, partly due to its location – 30 miles out at sea. No bridge connects it to the mainland, thus isolation is created by geography. That has fostered creativity for survival and ingenuity. Today, Nantucket has attracted many creative people and the items........ Read more