A time-honored tradition on the island is a trip to Murdick's candy store. The shop has been selling high-quality fudge ... More
A time-honored tradition on the island is a trip to Murdick's candy store. The shop has been selling high-quality fudge and brittle since 1887. To this day, the old fashioned fudge is cooked strictly in copper pots and cooled on a marble table. Try one of the many flavored fudge creations such as Cape Cod Cranberry, Chocolate Walnut or Butter Pecan; the list is extensive. If you cannot decide, this candy shop offers a combination package with three slices of fudge and Cashew Brittle for USD14.95. There are additional candy shops in Oak Bluffs and Vineyard Haven.
This circa 1800 home sits among apple trees and a spacious garden. Once a sea captain's home, today the Inn
pampers island visitors with country charm and hospitality. The bed and breakfast is in the heart of Edgartown and ...
Edgartown was founded in 1642, and was the first colonial settlement on the island. By the mid 1800s the town
was ranked per capita as one of the wealthiest communities in the country. During that time, whaling and merchant ...
The Ocean Park is not much to write home about by itself, as it's treeless and has only the usual
seats and a gazebo to grab a bite at. However a fabulous setting by the ocean offers joggers panoramic ...