Address: 1 Dock Street
The Edgartown Yacht Club has played a leading role in perpetuating the maritime tradition of Martha’s Vineyard and Edgartown.
Address: 14 Aero Avenue
The FARM Institute is located on the historic Katama Farm, a farm that dates back to the early 1900s. In the late 1970s, a collaborative group of neighbors and friends interested in saving Katama Farm from being subdivided into 700 building lots formed the “Committee to Do Something.” With their help, the Edgartown Conservation Commission became the landlord of Katama Farm, conserving its history and future as a working farm. Today, The Trustees are happy to welcome The FARM Institute into our family of more than 100 inspired places statewide. Our farm stand is open year-round, every day during the summer months in a small house adjacent to the parking lot from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM, and Monday through Saturday from 9AM to 4PM during the winter months in our farmstead office.
Address: 59 School Street
The MVM is the Island’s largest repository of cultural artifacts, historic photographs, archival records, and genealogical records. We strive to broaden awareness and access to the Island’s history and shared memory. Come join us and discover our past and present.
Address: 99 Main Street
Since 1975 the Preservation Trust has acquired, preserved and managed the endangered landmarks of Martha’s Vineyard, restoring living institutions to their rightful place in Island life. The Trust is a private, not-for-profit organization supported by contributions from the public and through the management of its historic properties.
2 Main Street
Martha’s Vineyard Boys & Girls Club
44 Robinson Road
Chappaquiddick Beach Club
37 Chappaquiddick Road
Vineyard Golf Club
100 Clubhouse Lane