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Hundreds of Victorian gingerbread cottages fill this landmark district, built by Methodists who established camp meeting sites here in the 1800’s.
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Gingerbread Cottage Museum
1 Trinity Park
Seaview Ave (Ocean Ave)
"Nice park to sit and have lunch or just enjoy the beautiful view all around you! Best spot for the Annual Oak Bluffs Fireworks."
80 Trinity Park
"The Tabernacle sits on the MV Camp-Meeting campground surrounded by the iconic gingerbread houses of Martha's Vineyard. These ornate little cottages are truly amazing, a must see."
Offshore Ale Company
Brewery · $$
30 Kennebec Ave (at Park Ave.)
"Really great food! Try their homemade chips and if you like coleslaw - theirs is homemade. The corn chowder special was absolutely delicious. Will certainly come back!"
Seafood · $$
29 Lake Ave.
"Lobster Mac and Cheese for dinner was excellent, creamy and filling and the Garlic and Chicken sandwich on pita for lunch was awesome!"
Linda Jean's Restaurant
Diner · $$
25 Circuit Ave
"Wonderful breakfast spot. Order the Linguiça, the Portuguese sausage, with your meal for a tasty experience."
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