Lo­cal Fa­vorites

Cottages & Bungalows - - Extra -

1. Young’s Bi­cy­cle Shop, on Broad Street by the steam­boat wharf. The fam­ily-run busi­ness has been on Nan­tucket Is­land since 1931 and of­fers bikes to rent—a great way to ex­plore Nan­tucket Is­land. Ask for their rec­om­mended routes and dis­cover amaz­ing vis­tas through­out the city.

2. Nan­tucket An­tiques De­pot on Beach Street. Boast­ing a col­lec­tion of fur­ni­ture from the 17th, 18th and 19th cen­turies, this shop has a great se­lec­tion of unique and beau­ti­ful finds. Founded in 1989, the An­tiques De­pot sheds light on the past with vin­tage Mar­itime, China Trade and Nan­tucket an­tiques. Whether you visit to pur­chase or just to en­joy, Nan­tucket An­tiques De­pot will wel­come you.

3. Four Winds Craft Guild, in busi­ness since 1984 and right on Main Steet. Home to au­then­tic lo­cal arts, Four Winds Craft Guild of­fers one-of-a-kind pieces that are all hand­made by lo­cal crafts­peo­ple. The va­ri­ety of pieces in­cludes bas­kets, purses, shell art, wall art and jew­elry. You can find great sou­venirs and col­lec­tions here to dis­play back home.




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