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The Martha's Vineyard Museum is privileged to be the steward of three of the Island's lighthouses. The East Chop, Edgartown, and Gay Head lighthouses are not only historic reminders of a bygone age, but are working beacons that still send a light...more
All reviews gay head the cliff light house clay cliffs martha's vineyard parking is limited views are spectacular historic lighthouse worth the trip small fee walk up admission fee beautiful spot open to the public take pictures new england nude beach
Watched the sunset from this location after finding it early in the day. The view is beautiful in the rain, when it’s calm and the sun is out. I’d have to say it’s the most beautiful when the sun goes down!
Not as impressive now that the lighthouse has been moved back due to the eroding cliffs but still worth the visit. The beach walk is really nice if you are not deterred by the thought of the walk back up the cliff. Last and most...More
History shines from this old light house. Surrounded by the beautiful waters of the Atlantic and the clay cliffs above the beach this area begs to be visited. Easy access. Easy walk to light house. Small price to walk up inside light house. Gift shop...More
We drove to gay head mid day on what I thought was going to be a beautiful day. It took us about 30-40 minutes from Edgartown. As soon as we arrived, the clouds started rolling in. Thank goodness it didn’t start pouring until about an...More
This destination on the vineyard is the reason we took a vehicle over by ferry although you can get to it by bus, it 18 miles from Oaks Bluff and it takes about 40 minutes on single lane roads at low speeds. The island is...More