Martha's Vineyard Car Tours
When are you traveling?
Time of Day

2 results

Martha's Vineyard Self-Driving Audio Tour

Martha's Vineyard Self-Driving Audio Tour

Get ready to visit one of the greatest vacation spots in the USA, a favorite among celebrities and even presidents! Martha’s Vineyard is home to stunning beaches and coastline, picturesque little towns, and plenty of fun—but this tour will also dig beneath the beautiful surface and into the island’s surprising history. Learn about the Wampanoag, the origin of the Vineyard’s famous “gingerbread houses,” and the lost language invented by the island’s residents! After booking, you can check your email before downloading the Tour Guide App by Action, enter your unique password, and access your tour. The preceding steps require good internet/wifi access. Simply follow the audio instructions and the route from there. This is not an entrance ticket. Check opening hours before your visit. No expiration — The tour comes with lifetime validity!
... More
  • 2 hours
  • Free Cancellation
per group
Private tour of Martha's Vineyard with lunch included

Private tour of Martha's Vineyard with lunch included

Tour apx time is 5-6 hr. Max 4 ppl. Price is per person Originally inhabited by the Wampanoag people, Martha's Vineyard was known in the Massachusett language as Noepe, or "land amid the streams". In 1642, the Wampanoag numbered somewhere around 3,000 on the island. By 1764, that number had dropped to 313.[10] A smaller island to the south was named "Martha's Vineyard" by the English explorer Bartholomew Gosnold, who sailed to the island in 1602. The name was later transferred to the main island. It is the eighth-oldest surviving English place-name in the United States. English settlement began with the purchase of Martha's Vineyard, Nantucket, and the Elizabeth Islands by Thomas Mayhew of Watertown, Massachusetts from two English "owners". He had friendly relations with the Wampanoags on the island, in part because he was careful to honor their land rights. His son, also named Thomas Mayhew, began the first English settlement in 1642 at Great Harbor (later Edgartown, Massachusetts)
... More
  • 6 hours
Banner for Geo Experiences
Not seeing something you are looking for?
Frequently Asked Questions
Q:What Car Tours in Martha's Vineyard are taking additional safety precautions?
These Martha's Vineyard experiences are providing additional COVID-19 safety measures: