Learn more about Woods Hole
- Woods Hole Marine, Inc.
91A Water Street,
P.O. Box 746
Woods Hole, Ma 02543
VHF Channel 9
180 Scranton Ave
VHF Channel 9
Eel Pond Bridge
VHF Channel 13
US Coast Guard Woods Hole
VHF Channel 16
Marthas Vineyard/Nantucket Ferry Steamship Authority
At the land end of our cobblestone way is Water Street, which offers a variety of shops for your every need. All of it is within walking distance in the appealing village of Woods Hole.
U.S. Post Office located at the end of Water Street. It's open Monday through Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m and on Saturday from 9:30 a.m. until noon. Closed daily from 1:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Martha's Vineyard Savings on the corner of Water Street and Luscomb Ave. It has an ATM.
Woods Hole Oceanographic Exhibit Center off Water Street on School Street; free admission. The center is open 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. in summer. WHOI also offers walking tours of the village, but you must call 508-289-2252 to make reservations.
National Fisheries Aquarium on Albatross Street-this place is a wonderful adventure for all ages! It's open to the public free of charge and offers a fun "touch tank" of sea life. The center is closed on federal holidays but is otherwise open daily from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. (closed weekends in the off-season). Don't miss the daily
seal feeding! 508-548-7684
Liberty House -Upscale Ladies Boutique, jewelery & gifts
Howlingbird Studios - Local t-shirts, sweatshirts, WHOI shirts & gifts
Woods Hole presents a variety of restaurants, especially for such a small place.
The 41-70, Formerly Phusion Grille,
The 41-70 located at the drawbridge, offers lunch, dinner and Sunday Brunch. Enjoy your dinner on the deck watching the
boats come and go. 508-457- 3100.
Shucker Raw Bar featured on Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives with
Guy Fieri, is a casual waterfront eatery that Mother Nature has truly blessed with "Location,
Location, Location." Seating on the dock, inside or out, enjoy lunch, dinner, or your favorite
summer libation made with fresh squeezed juice as you sit back and watch the boats go by.
If you walk up our cobblestone way and take a left, you'll find The Capt. Kidd/Waterfront Dining just two doors up on Water Street. Capt. Kidd offers either casual or elegant dining in a one-of-a-kind nautical setting; you may be seated at a candle-lit table eating a festively-presented entree, or you'll pull up a chair at an old beer barrel for pub grub! 508-548-8563
The Landfall Restaurant is just around the corner on Luscombe Avenue next to the Steamship Authority. Your lunch or dinner will be made that much better with the view of Great Harbor. 508-548-1758