Properties


NHA Historic Properties and Sites

Eleanor Ham Pony Field

10 Mill Street • Acquired 1978
History

Fire Hose Cart House

8 Gardner Street • Built 1886, acquired 1960
Visit  |  History

Folger-Franklin Memorial Fountain, Boulder, and Bench

Madaket Road • Built: Abiah Folger Franklin Fountain, 1900; boulder, 1959; bench, 1959 and 1996, acquired 1959
History

Greater Light

8 Howard Street • Built c. 1790 and remodeled 1930, acquired 1972
Visit  |  History

Hadwen House

96 Main Street • Built 1846, acquired 1963
Visit  |  History

Mill Hill

West York and South Mill Streets • Acquired 1897

Museum Shop

11 Broad Street • Built 1986
Visit

Old Gaol

15R Vestal Street • Built c. 1805, acquired 1946
Visit  |  History

“Oldest House,” Jethro Coffin House

16 Sunset Hill • Built c. 1686, acquired 1923
Visit  |  History

Old Mill

50 Prospect Street • Built 1746, acquired 1897
Visit  |  History

Quaker Meeting House

7 Fair Street • Built 1838, acquired 1894
Visit  |  History

Research Library

7 Fair Street • Built as Fair Street Museum 1904, renovated 2001
Visit  |  History

Thomas Macy House

99 Main Street • Built c. 1800, expanded and remodeled 1832, acquired 1987
Visit  |  History

Tristram Coffin Homestead Site

Capaum Road • Site date c. 1660, acquired 1981
History

Whaling Museum/
Hadwen & Barney Oil and Candle Factory

13 Broad Street • Built 1847, acquired 1929
Renovated with a major addition • Built 2006
Visit  |  History

1800 House

4 Mill Street • Built c. 1801, acquired 1951
Courses  |  History


Other NHA Properties

2 Union Street

Built 1833 and 1846, acquired 1968

4 Whalers Lane

Acquired 2018

Bartholomew Gosnold Center

Bartlett Road • Built 1994, annex built 1999

Bartlett Road Staff Housing

Bartlett Road • Built 2015

Macy-Christian House

12 Liberty Street • Built c. 1745, acquired 1971
History

Peter Foulger, Administrative Offices Building

15 Broad Street • Built 1971

Thomas Macy Warehouse

12 Straight Wharf • Built 1846–47, acquired 1980
History

 

Banner image of Hadwen House cupola, 2012, photographer Jeffrey Allen.

The mission of the Nantucket Historical Association is to tell the inspiring stories of Nantucket through its collections, programs, and properties.

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