Tickets & Hours

 

Reserve your time to visit the Whaling Museum and purchase your ticket online, click below!

Members Free Nantucket Residents Free General Admission

NHA Members enjoy FREE admission
Join or renew today!

Admission
Adult $23
Senior 65+/Student $20
Youth/Student (6-17) $5
Under 6 Free

 

 

Admission is good for one visit to the Whaling Museum and Hadwen House. 

Ask about applying your ticket toward membership.

Active duty military are always free!  Veterans will be free on Veterans Day–Wednesday, November 11, 2021.

Free admission will be extended for year-round residents through the end of the year.



Whaling Museum

Open Daily, 10am–5pm (through Sept 11)
Open Monday-Saturday, 10am–5pm (Sept 12 through Oct 17)
Stay tuned for fall/winter hours after Oct 17

Thank you to the support of The Community Foundation for Nantucket and the Foundation’s Nantucket Fund for Emergency Relief and Mass Humanities in helping to keep the Whaling Museum open safely for visitors.

Museum Shop

Open during Whaling Museum hours. The Museum Shop is always open online


Hadwen House 

Open Daily, 10am–4pm (through Oct 17)


Research Library

Open by appointment only, Tuesday–Friday, 10am–4pm.

Please reach out to Library@nha.org to schedule your visit and learn more here.


Historic Properties  FREE for all visitors!

The Old Gaol, Fire Hose Cart House, and Thomas Macy House are closed for the 2021 season.  Historic Properties may close occasionally due to weather, special events, or maintenance.


Walking Tours

Offered daily at 10:30am and 1:30pm (through Labor Day, September 6). Learn more and book your tickets online here.


The NHA is closed:

Easter, Apr. 4; Thanksgiving, Nov. 25; Christmas, Dec. 25; New Year’s Day, Jan. 1.

 

The Whaling Museum and Historic Properties may occasionally close early due to weather, special events, or maintenance. 

 

 

The Nantucket Historical Association preserves and interprets the history of Nantucket through its programs, collections, and properties, in order to promote the island’s significance and foster an appreciation of it among all audiences.

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