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Our Top 10 Photo-Worthy Spots on Nantucket

Looking to get an Instagrammable picture on the idyllic island of Nantucket? Check out some of the best photo locations below!

Steps Beach

Steps Beach is an absolute oasis. Dainty roses bud on the bushes, the sun shines its sparkling rays on the sea, and the soft sand feels like a cloud beneath your feet.

Top of Congregational Church

The viewpoint from atop the Congregational Church is spectacular. You're offered expansive views of the island and get to check out all your favorite spots from above!

Madaket Beach

Madaket Beach features soft sand, strong surf, and sensational sunsets.

Sankaty Head Light

Sankaty Head Light is just one of Nantucket's majestic lighthouses. It sits perched atop towering dunes amid lush dune grass swaying gently in the breeze.

Brant Point Light

Brant Point Lighthouse is arguably the most notable lighthouse on Nantucket despite the fact that it's also the shortest. For those of you who take the ferry to the island, Brant Point is the landmark that welcomes you to your favorite destination.

Old North Wharf

Old North Wharf is a small side street paved with pebbles and lined with the most magnificent beach homes covered in ivy and pastel pink hydrangeas. This destination is beloved by photographers, locals, and visitors alike


Downtown Nantucket features cute surf shacks, cobblestone streets, delicious seafood restaurants, and quaint souvenir shops. There's a photo opportunity everywhere you look!

Sconset Bluff Walk

The Sconset Bluff Walk takes you by blooms of hydrangeas, enchanting grey-shingled cottages, and entrancing water views. It's definitely a must when it comes to capturing a beautiful photo!

Straight Wharf

Straight Wharf captures Nantucket's essence perfectly, and so will you when you photograph it.

Old Mill

Not only is Old Mill a historical landmark, it's also makes for a wonderful photo location. Built in 1746, Old Mill is the oldest functioning mill in the United States.