Edgartown Travel Guide
Welcome to Edgartown, MA!
Located on the southeastern side of Martha's Vineyard, Edgartown was settled in the mid 1600s, making it the island's first colonial community. Today the seaside village attracts year-round visitors to its stunning beaches, bountiful recreational activities and unique New England ambience. Outdoor enthusiasts appreciate South Cape Beach State Park, where sunbathing, fishing, swimming and hiking are popular pastimes. History buffs are intrigued by Martha's Vineyard Historical Society Museum, which features historical objects, maritime artifacts and genealogical collections that depict the lives of the area's inhabitants from 10,000 years ago to the present. Those looking for a unique coastal getaway easily fall in love with Edgartown's Greek Revival architecture, fine dining restaurants, trendy shops and distinctive inns, ingredients that blend together to produce a charming holiday destination.
Hotels & Motels
The Colonial Inn offers views of the harbor and is conveniently located in Edgartown's historic waterfront district.
Martha's Vineyard Sightseeing Inc.