There are numerous group and private tour companies available to help you see the beauty of Martha's Vineyard.
Tour buses are located at the Steamship Terminals and most other incoming ferries and depart on regularly scheduled times May through October. Private passenger vans are available for customized group tours. Step-on guides are also available for your tour bus.
The African American Heritage Tour is a self-guided tour of sixteen historic sites and attractions that reflect the contributions made by people of African descent to the history and culture of Martha's Vineyard. We are a not-for-profit organization dedicated to research and education. Their site is a chronicle of the experiences of African-American people on the island of Martha's Vineyard.
Kayaking tours are provided by the Trustees of Reservations for the area on Chappaquiddick known as Cape Poge Lighthouse Tours. Included in the tour is a stop at the historic Cape Poge lighthouse. Additional kayaking tours are available for people of all ages by Island Spirit Kayak and the Felix Neck Audubon Sanctuary.
Aerial and Walking Tours are unique and fun ways to experience the Island, and can be structured to meet the needs of individuals or groups of any size.
Enjoy a truly unique Guided Birding Tour with the Island’s own Robert Culbert by calling 508-560-5294.
A self-guided Lighthouse Tour starts at the Martha's Vineyard Museum. Located in the historic town of Edgartown, the Museum is surrounded by 19th century homes of ship captains and merchants, only steps away from the stunning Edgartown harbor, lighthouse and charming isle of Chappaquiddick.
Sightseeing tours by bus or van and walking tours ensure you’ll see the pristine beauty and landmarks that made the Island famous. Lighthouses, immaculate beaches, and historic landmarks a plenty – seeing the sights on Martha’s Vineyard will create memories that will last a lifetime.