Aquinnah Vanderhoop Homestead / Aquinnah Cultural Center
Located within the Aquinnah Circle is the historic Vanderhoop Homestead, dating back to as early as 1850, which also houses the Aquinnah Cultural Center. While the Cultural Center and building are not available for event use, the grounds and stone terrace are. Like the Lighthouse, the Cultural Center and grounds overlook the beautiful clay cliffs and are within walking distance to restaurants, shops and Moshup Beach (public beach). Grounds can accommodate a tent up to 100ft x 60ft. Water, electricity, and parking available. For more information on renting this space, please call Gabriella Camilleri at 508-645-2304 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Gay Head Lighthouse & Park
Historic Lighthouse is located within the Aquinnah Circle and overlooks the picturesque Gay Head Cliffs. The Lighthouse and Park is within walking distance to restaurants, shops and a public beach. For more information on how to reserve the Lighthouse and Park for your event visit http://www.gayheadlight.org/book-an-event-at-the-lighthouse/ or contact Lighthouse keeper, Richard Skidmore at email@example.com.
Gay Head Town Hall
Consider renting the Gay Head Town Hall for your next event. This historic building which was built in 1929, was the original town hall in Aquinnah (called Gay Head before the name was changed in 1997.) There is a full commercial kitchen and a stage. The room measures 40’ x 40’ and is the perfect space for: Meetings, Classes, Weddings, Parties, Craft Fairs And any type of performance. For more information, call Gabriella Camilleri at 508-645-2304 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org