NHA on the Road

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To continue to deepen our commitment to the Nantucket community, museum interpreters are taking signature NHA programs and presentations “on the road” to different Nantucket elder services groups and residences.

Attendees engage with the NHA’s collections and interact with staff in these informal and informative presentations. Interpreters introduce a variety of historical topics ranging from scrimshaw, medicine aboard whaling ships, and whale ecology to Wampanoag history and the extraordinary women of Nantucket. Artifacts from the NHA collection  provide a hands-on experience for participants.

In addition to being entertaining, these experiences will provide a format for discussion; the sharing of information and stories will allow our interpreters to learn from Nantucket community members and be inspired by them, incorporating their information and remembrances in new and creative ways.

NHA on the Road brings a new dynamic to our mission, as we take these creative steps to further open up access to our collections, exhibits, programs and stories, and history for this important segment of the island community!

Generously supported by:


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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