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The easiest way to quickly get to know Martha's Vineyard island is on a two-hour guided tour by bus.
 
 

 

Several companies offer daily bus tours of Martha's Vineyard island.

A typical tour takes about 2 hours, and covers 56 miles (90 km).

Tours leave the ferry wharves in Oak Bluffs and Vineyard Haven after the arrival of the ferry, and tickets may be purchased on board the ferry or on the sightseeing bus.

Martha's Vineyard Tours & Transport

One-hour, two-hour, full island and custom tours available. More...

Martha's Vineyard Excursions

One-hour tour if your time is short, or a 3-hour full-island tour to see everything. More...

Martha's Vineyard Sightseeing

A two-and-a-half-hour tour of the island, including a 30-minute stop at Aquinnah (Gay Head). More...

Gay Head Sightseeing Company

The Gay Head Sightseeing Company (Tel 508-693-1555) operates daily sightseeing bus tours of the island, including the Vineyard's six towns and two villages, the sea captains' houses (from the outside), and even a stop at the multicolored cliffs at Aquinnah.

Trustees of Reservations

The Trustees of Reservations runs tours of its wildlife refuges and nature reserves on Chappaquiddick Island. The tours are among the best ways to see the island, as there is no public transportation on Chappaquiddick (except the Chappy Ferry to get there from Edgartown). More...

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Planning Your Visit

Getting to Martha's Vineyard

What to See & Do

Vineyard Haven

Oak Bluffs

Edgartown

Up Island

Island Transportation

Tourist Information

About Martha's Vineyard

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Aquinnah (Gay Head), Martha's Vineyard MA

You'll see Aquinnah (Gay Head) on your tour.

 

 

 

 

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