Vineyard Haven, MA
While the town’s official name is Tisbury, most residents and visitors call this community Vineyard Haven thanks to the name of the popular ferry port on the town’s eastern shoreline. Vineyard Haven is the northernmost town on Martha’s Vineyard and offers the island’s only year-round access to the mainland via the Woods Hole ferry. The quaint shops and restaurants of Main Street are only a block from the bustling harbor.
Vineyard Haven Real Estate Data
Tashmoo Cut Beach - a lovely beach great for clamming on the northern shore of Martha’s Vineyard.
Owen Park Beach - located just off of Main Street right next to the Vineyard Haven ferry port. This beach has calm waters and it is easily accessible.
Tisbury Town Beach - this small beach is great for a quick jump in the ocean. It is a short walk from Main Street at the end of Little Owen Way.
Black Dog Tavern - iconic waterfront restaurant offering breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Excellent seafood and a great location in downtown Vineyard Haven.
Art Cliff Diner - this is a quaint local favorite for breakfast and lunch. Very popular during peak summer months; sometimes a long line but worth the wait.
Copper Wok - delicious Asian inspired cuisine including fresh sushi, soups, salads and more.
Mad Martha’s Ice Cream - award-winning, homemade ice cream shop in Vineyard Haven.
West Chop Lighthouse - a historic Martha’s Vineyard landmark at the northernmost point on the island.
Capawock Movie Theater - a historic movie theater that first opened in 1918.
Main Street Historic District - boutiques, fantastic restaurants, and historic homes with beaches and parks nearby. Easily accessible via the Woods Hole Ferry.
Vineyard Playhouse - live theater located in a renovated 1833 colonial home. A truly unique theater experience with talented local actors.
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