Ten can't-miss things on Nantucket
Courtesy of the Nantucket Historical Association
Throughout my childhood, my family spent summers on Nantucket in a gray-shingled cottage named Sunnycliffe built for my great-grandfather in 1887 on the north bluff of Siasconset. We would chug over to the island by steamship, drive our car off the boat, take one whiff of the fragrant, spicy bayberry, and know we had arrived. While the island has changed significantly over time, much of what makes it special still remains. Here are 10 places, bites, sites, treasures, and adventures with a true taste of Nantucket.