Keeping the island's history alive is the goal of the Nantucket Historical Association. Many of the museums and historical si... More
Nantucket Historical Association (NHA)
Keeping the island's history alive is the goal of the Nantucket Historical Association. Many of the museums and historical sites on Nantucket fall under the NHA's umbrella, which makes it an excellent place to start when taking a tour of the island. Purchase a membership to receive admission to all of the NHA's sites and immerse yourself in the island's past. Individual memberships provide far more benefits other than just museum entrance fees.
Reviews for Nantucket Historical Association (NHA): 1
History came alive for Wally and Susie!
By A Yahoo! Contributor, 07/06/2005
History comes alive during the presentations of the historians at the Nantucket Whaling Museum!
When you visit the Windmill, you can actually purchase corn meal that they ground.
Wally enjoyed grinding corn at the windmill, then, going to the Jethro Coffin House to bake the corn meal into corn bread. Well, maybe he enjoyed eating the cornbread best with butter he had just churned.
Susie dipped candles!
Their children's program really enhanced their visit to Nantucket: They learned by participating.