North Haven Travel Guide
The museum, which opens for the season in July, recounts the island’s evolution from a Native American territory to the lobster-fishing town it is today.
In the market for a souvenir? This new shop sells quirky hand-silk-screened T-shirts emblazoned with lighthouses, foxes, kale, tractors, and other fun designs.
This is the central gathering spot, where townspeople and vacationers alike meet over games of ping pong, blueberry muffins from the café, or just a cozy chat; summer nights are always filled with concerts, lectures, and plays.