Martha’s Vineyard Tours
Whether you seek the natural beauty of pristine beaches, clay cliffs and bird watching; historic and cultural attractions; or the many artists, handcrafts and one-of-a-kind boutiques, a Martha’s Vineyard bus tour provides you with these and so much more.
Tours covers the six island towns and provide a great overview of Martha’s Vineyard. It is a 2½ hour tour and includes a ½-hour stop at the Gay Head cliffs in scenic Aquinnah and a beautiful pass through idyllic Edgartown. Tour buses are located at the Steamship Terminals and most other ferry docks and depart on regularly scheduled times. Call (508) 627-TOUR for more information, or we at the Pequot would be happy to help you with advice and arrangments.
Martha’s Vineyard Camp Meeting Association Tours
Visit one of America’s National Historic Landmarks. Guided walking tours through Oak Bluff’s MVCMA neighborhood — with more than 300 Victorian “gingerbread” cottages and related structures — start at the Tabernacle every Tuesday and Thursday at 10 a.m. during July and August. The tour takes approximately 90 minutes. Fee is $10 for adults and includes a pass to the Cottage Museum. Children under 10 are free. Private tours are available by calling (508) 693-0525.
Martha’s Vineyard Excursions
If you need transportation services for a social or professional event, Martha’s Vineyard Excursions will take care of transporting equipment, luggage, golf clubs, guests, flower girls, or CEOs. They operate from May through October and can also provide tours of the Island or customized shopping trips for any sized group. For further information, call (508) 654-0381.