Is there a bridge to Nantucket? No, Nantucket is an island off the coast of Cape Cod in Massachusetts and only accessible by sea and by air.
Where should I stay on Nantucket? Nantucket offers a rich diversity of accommodations ranging from full-service resorts to quaint bed and breakfasts. While there are close to 900 rooms available there is also the option of renting a private home independently or through a real estate agent.
Do I need a car on Nantucket? It is not necessary to bring a car to Nantucket. Bicycles are popular means of transportation, and there are paved bike paths leading to all ends of the island. Rental vehicles and taxis are also available, and the Nantucket Regional Transit Authority provides island wide seasonal shuttle service. Traffic congestion is a growing concern among visitors and residents alike. Fewer cars on Nantucket's streets and roads will mean more tranquil vacation experience for everyone!
Is Nantucket accessible to people with special needs? As in most communities in the United States, public and private efforts to improve structural and programmatic access on Nantucket are ongoing. A guide for visitors with special needs is published by the Commission on Disability and is available by contacting the Chamber, Nantucket Visitor Services or the Commission directly at 508-228-8085. Be sure to look for the “W” symbol appearing throughout our member listings for businesses who state they are wheelchair accessible.
When are the Daffodil Festival and Christmas Stroll this year? These Chamber-sponsored events and many more annual festivals and happenings can be found in Special Events.
As a summer worker, how can I secure housing and a job? The most comprehensive listing of available jobs and house/room rentals are located in the classified section of Nantucket's local newspaper, The Inquirer & Mirror or Nantucket.net’s classifieds section.