The first pop of yellow from the ground reminds us that spring is just around the corner. While winter on Nantucket is considered relaxing and romantic and there is nothing better than a snow covered Nantucket, we always look forward to spring – the re-awakening of our Island. Here are a few reasons, why we Read More >

The Brass Lantern is open for the 2022 season – and we are looking forward to a banner year! Restrictions have been eased although masks are still required on ferries, planes, busses as well as in terminals. Conditions may still evolve over the season, so for the latest, please visit the State covid information page for updates. Read More >

According to Islanders and frequent Nantucket visitors, fall is the BEST time to visit. The weather is what most New Englanders consider to be “ideal”, the Island is less crowded and it is easy to avoid congested streets, packed beaches, and long waits at restaurants and shops. So let’s talk fall on Nantucket for Islanders… Read More >

Planes, Trains and Automobiles… except it’s more like automobiles, planes or ferries, but your adventure to the island could even include a train! A part of planning a visit to the island does include your travel, so we are breaking it down for three of the most popular regions. From New York Skip the traffic Read More >

A guest favorite, our house-made fruit and nut granola. They make great snacks and is delicious sprinkled in a yogurt parfait. Enjoy!

We are preparing to welcome you back to the Brass Lantern! While getting here may be different than in the past, Nantucket is still the beautiful island you know and love. Although Nantucket’s most celebrated events have been cancelled or postponed and the island businesses may need to operate differently…there’s nothing more relaxing than escaping Read More >

Spring is here, a different spring than we expected, for sure.  Daffodil Festival, traditionally the last weekend in April, has always been the Nantucket Island event to welcome the beginning our our Nantucket season. But this year, while the daffodils still abound on Island, Daffy, along with Wine, Book and Film festivals, have been cancelled Read More >

Autumn is the New Summer   Annual Nantucket Cranberry Festival, a popular event among adults and children alike at the Milestone Cranberry Bog. Enjoy music, educational displays and demonstrations on harvesting in the most spectacular autumn scenery. The event is free! Unbelievable sunsets can be enjoyed at its best at Jetties, Galley, or Madaket Beach. Read More >

You have 24 hours on Nantucket, what do you do? In a short time period, there’s a plethora of activities and must dos. There’s a lot to squeeze in one day. Since you’re here for less than 24 hours, we suggest you fly to Nantucket via Cape Air or Jet Blue. Both airlines offer convenient direct flights from Read More >