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Aquinnah Cultural Center
35 Aquinnah Cir, Aquinnah, MA 02535
The Aquinnah Cultural Center, located on Gay Head Cliffs, functions as a gathering place and museum for the WampanoagMore tribe. It is maintained by the tribe, but is open to all members of the public.
Island Water Systems
53 State Rd, Aquinnah, MA 02535-1344
Philbin Beach
2 Moshup Trl, Aquinnah, MA 02535
Philbin Beach is a residents-only beach located off of Moshup's Trail in Aquinnah, near the clay cliffs. It is known forMore its larger surf and pristine views, and is a favorite with surfers.
Aquinnah Town Hall
65 State Rd, Aquinnah, MA 02535
Aquinnah Town Hall, situated adjacent to the town police and fire departments, hosts many of the town's departments andMore offices, including the town clerk, town administrator and board of selectmen. Various municipal meetings are held on site throughout the week.
The Aquinnah Shop Restaurant
27 Aquinnah Cir, Aquinnah, MA 02535
Enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner in this historical and beautiful setting. Owned and operated by the Vanderhoop familyMore for generations, this restaurant specializes in Wampanoag Indian fare as well as many other fantastic dishes. The view from a top the Gay Head cliffs is perfect for a romantic dinner or a wonderful family breakfast.
Faith's Seafood Shack
33 Aquinnah Cir, Aquinnah, MA 02535
Faith's Seafood Shack, located at the cliffs in Aquinnah, serves sushi and freshly prepared seafood meals. Call aheadMore for takeout or sit at one of the scenic picnic tables at the top of the island's beautiful cliffs.
M.E. Pratt, Bookbinder
5 Moshup Trl, Aquinnah, MA 02535
Operating out of the owner's homes in Aquinnah and New York, M.E. Pratt offers books and binding services of all types.More It works on journals, wedding albums, ship's logs, sketchbooks as well as offering numerous restoration services. All of the company's work is one-of-a-kind and you can view samples and order online at the company's Web site.
Orange Peel Bakery
22 State Rd, Aquinnah, MA 02535
On the way up to Aquinnah, you will find the Orange Peel bakery, a home-based bakery that is open all year long. TheMore outdoor stone oven cooks up pastries, breads and rolls all week. In the fall, summer and spring Orange Peel also hosts a weekly "Pizza Night" where customers bring their own toppings to be placed upon an Orange Peel pizza that is baked on the spot.
Moshup Beach
2 Moshup Trl, Aquinnah, MA 02535
Moshup beach begins right before the Gay Head cliffs. Moshup is reachable via a 10-minute walk down a trail from a paidMore parking lot. The beach is known for its large waves and offers stunning views of the cliffs. Moshup beach is a nude beach. 
Gay Head Realty
10 Duck Pond Ln, Aquinnah, MA 02535
Specializing in sales and rentals all over Martha's Vineyard. Gay Head Realty will find exactly what you're looking forMore whether you are staying a week or looking to move to the island permanently.
Wallace & Co.
9 State Rd, Aquinnah, MA 02535
Wallace & Co. Sotheby's International Real Estate has offices both up and down island. The Chilmark office locatedMore right in Beetlebung Corner offers luxury vacation rentals and sales throughout the island. Call for more information.
Squibnocket Beach
2 Squibnocket Rd, Chilmark, MA 02535
Squibnocket Beach is located off of South Road, near the Aquinnah town line. The beach is open only to ChilmarkMore residents who purchase a beach pass from 9am to 5pm during the summer months.
Moshup's Mud
E-15 Oonouhkoi, Aquinnah, MA 02535
Moshup's Mud is a home-based business run by Spencer Booker, whose ingenuity and Wampanoag tribe membership brought theMore world beautiful clay mud masques. Using clay from the cliffs of this very island, Spencer makes these organic blends for use on the face and body. You can buy Moshup's Mud at The Mansion House here on Martha's Vineyard as well as online via the company's Web site.
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