Shopping in Nantucket is much like dining in Nantucket—so many choices, not enough time. The island brings a little bit of everything from swanky, top-of-the-line brands to grab-and-go beach gear. Find what you’re looking for (or didn’t realize you were looking for) during your next Nantucket, MA shopping trip!

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5 Shops You Need to Visit During Your Nantucket, MA Shopping Trip

Let your credit card loose on Main Street during your next Nantucket, MA shopping adventure. Find the best Nantucket memorabilia to bring back home paired with the highest quality threads to adorn your wardrobe. Start exploring the island’s best boutiques today!

  • Breezin’ Up

Breezin’ Up is a centrally located Main Street shop offering Nantucket-embellished seasonal gear. This is the spot to find your terry-clothed, crew neck sweatshirt for chilly oceanside nights or the perfect ballcap for holding back your ponytail during an unbinding ‘Sconset bike ride.

Be sure to stay awhile and chat with the staff. The manager is a knowledgable Nantucket-native with plenty of experience in fashion retail. Come for the clothes and leave with a smile.

  • Nantucket Looms

Nantucket Looms on Main Street is one of the last remaining stores that weaves delicate, (literal) one-of-a-kind creations from right inside the store. From throws to quilts to garments made for the tiniest people, it’s like wandering through a fairytale. Nantucket Looms has been in operation since 1968, and its classic style isn’t going anywhere anytime soon.

  • Murray’s Toggery Shop

Speaking of classic Nantucket, you can’t visit the island without making a stop at Murray’s Toggery Shop. The nearly 75-year-old clothing store is home to the original Nantucket Reds. Roam the island like a local with a visit to Murray’s Toggery Shop.

  • Milly & Grace

Want to feel like Cinderella? Plan a stop at Milly and Grace. The ivy-covered building houses some of the most stunning jewelry, your favorite weaved beach bags, and the flowiest dresses for strolling the downtown streets. A trip to this shop is a dream.

  • Mitchell’s Book Corner

Get lost in your next favorite novel at Mitchell’s Book Corner. Swing in for the perfect paperback beach-read or cozy up with the newest Best Seller in their oversized leather tufted chairs during the chilly months.

Local Tip: Pair your trip with a good book and a warm latte and strawberry shortcake from Lemon Press, located right across the street.

Drop Your {Shopping} Bags at the Anchor Inn

After a day of touring the cobblestone, you’ll be ready to rest up at the Anchor Inn. Book your stay in the airy Greyhound Room and enjoy a queen-size bed, luxurious linens, Malin and Goetz bath products, and a complimentary, house-made breakfast.

Part of the thrill of the island is the anticipation of getting there. Nantucket offers two ferries, Steamship Authority and Hy-Line, or a small airport, Nantucket Memorial Airport. Find out everything you need to know about traveling to the island before your next trip. We can’t wait to welcome you to Nantucket!