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Nantucket Historical Association - Whaling Museum


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13 Broad St.
Nantucket, MA 02554
United States

(??.? miles from you)

Visit Web Site ask@nha.org

Call: 508-228-1894


Nantucket Historical Association - Whaling Museum

Nantucket Historical Association - Whaling Museum
Nantucket Historical Association - Whaling Museum
Nantucket Historical Association - Whaling Museum
Nantucket Historical Association - Whaling Museum
Nantucket Historical Association - Whaling Museum
Nantucket Historical Association - Whaling Museum
Nantucket Historical Association - Whaling Museum
Nantucket Historical Association - Whaling Museum
Nantucket Historical Association - Whaling Museum

(??.? miles from you)

13 Broad St.
Nantucket, MA 02554
United States

https://nha.org/ ask@nha.org

Call: 508-228-1894


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Why You Should Go...

Visit the world's most comprehensive resource of Nantucket history, the Whaling Museum, part of the Nantucket Historical Association (NHA). Learn about the inspiring stories of the island through the museum's

The Whaling Museum was expanded in 2005 into a state-of-the-art exhibition and interpretation center and is the essential starting point for visitors to begin exploring island history. A Discovery Room engages children and families in both self-guided and educator-led learning experiences.

Explore paintings, prints and drawings, lighting devices, scrimshaw, whaling tools and implements, furniture and decorative arts, historic sites, and even the complete skeleton of a 47-foot sperm whale.

Visit the NHA's properties located in town, including the 1686 "Oldest House," 1746 Old Mill, 1806 Old Gaol, 1838 Quaker Meeting House, 1845 Hadwen House, Greater Light, a converted 18th-century livestock barn, and the 19-century Fire House Cart House.

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Why You Should Go...

Visit the world's most comprehensive resource of Nantucket history, the Whaling Museum, part of the Nantucket Historical Association (NHA). Learn about the inspiring stories of the island through the museum's collections, programs, and properties.

The Whaling Museum was expanded in 2005 into a state-of-the-art exhibition and interpretation center and is the essential starting point for visitors to begin exploring island history. A Discovery Room engages children and families in both self-guided and educator-led learning experiences.

Explore paintings, prints and drawings, lighting devices, scrimshaw, whaling tools and implements, furniture and decorative arts, historic sites, and even the complete skeleton of a 47-foot sperm whale.

Visit the NHA's properties located in town, including the 1686 "Oldest House," 1746 Old Mill, 1806 Old Gaol, 1838 Quaker Meeting House, 1845 Hadwen House, Greater Light, a converted 18th-century livestock barn, and the 19-century Fire House Cart House.

What You Should Know...

Open: Seasonally: April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December

Cost: Less than $25

Payment: Cash, Check, Travelers Check, MC, Visa, AMEX, Discover, Debit

Access: Wheelchair, Service Animals

Available: Audio Tour, Wheelchairs

Extra Fun...

Insider Info

All of the Whaling Museum's exhibits are accessible by wheelchair and all public floors of the Museum can be reached by elevator. The public elevator is equipped with Braille signage and gives auditory signals. Non-motorized wheelchairs are available for visitors to use at no cost.

Service animals are welcome to visit the Museum. The NHA welcomes dogs that are individually trained to perform a task or work for a person with a disability, but please leave pets at home.

Assistive Listening devices are available for lectures, films, and presentations in Gosnell Hall. Please see the front desk or an interpreter for a device.

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Why You Should Go...

Visit the world's most comprehensive resource of Nantucket history, the Whaling Museum, part of the Nantucket Historical Association (NHA). Learn about the inspiring stories of the island through the museum's collections, programs, and properties.

The Whaling Museum was expanded in 2005 into a state-of-the-art exhibition and interpretation center and is the essential starting point for visitors to begin exploring island history. A Discovery Room engages children and families in both self-guided and educator-led learning experiences.

Explore paintings, prints and drawings, lighting devices, scrimshaw, whaling tools and implements, furniture and decorative arts, historic sites, and even the complete skeleton of a 47-foot sperm whale.

Visit the NHA's properties located in town, including the 1686 "Oldest House," 1746 Old Mill, 1806 Old Gaol, 1838 Quaker Meeting House, 1845 Hadwen House, Greater Light, a converted 18th-century livestock barn, and the 19-century Fire House Cart House.

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What You Should Know...

Open: Seasonally: April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December

Cost: Less than $25

Payment: Cash, Check, Travelers Check, MC, Visa, AMEX, Discover, Debit

Access: Wheelchair, Service Animals

Available: Audio Tour, Wheelchairs

EXTRA FUN

Insider Info

All of the Whaling Museum's exhibits are accessible by wheelchair and all public floors of the Museum can be reached by elevator. The public elevator is equipped with Braille signage and gives auditory signals. Non-motorized wheelchairs are available for visitors to use at no cost.

Service animals are welcome to visit the Museum. The NHA welcomes dogs that are individually trained to perform a task or work for a person with a disability, but please leave pets at home.

Assistive Listening devices are available for lectures, films, and presentations in Gosnell Hall. Please see the front desk or an interpreter for a device.

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