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The Hamptons, Long Island, NY

Hampton House is located on the East End of Long Island, in the historic town of Southampton. Founded in 1640, Southampton is a popular resort area drawing thousands of visitors and seasonal residents each year. Situated between Mecox Bay and the Atlantic Ocean, the exquisite beaches are often in the top 5 of the United States and top 10 in the world. The mix of breath-taking rural landscapes combined with an abundance of activities in art, design, sporting, and other aspects of fine living, make this a destination not to be missed. 

Annual Activities and Events

Call to confirm. Events may change year to year


Art Market Hamptons (art fair) 

Southampton Arts Center

CURRENT EVENT CALENDAR                      


Southampton Farmers Market  - Sundays at 9am                              

25 Jobs Lane, Southampton       

Hank’s FarmstandJune-Sept Every day from 9:30am-6pm                                            

324 County Rd 29, Southampton              

Halsey Farm

513 Deerfield Rd, Water Mill, NY                

The All Star                                                     

96 Main Street, Riverhead



Hamptons Film Festival

Throughout the Hamptons



Southampton Movie Theater temporarily closed

43 Hill Street, Southampton



Public Courses

Poxabogue Golf Course, 3556 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton

Sag Harbor Golf Course, Barcelona Point, Sag Harbor

Mini Golf

Hamptons Mini Golf

668 County Rd 39, Southampton


Peconic Water Sports

32353 Noyac Rd (inside Mill Creek Marina), Sag Harbor

Waterskiing & Jetskiing, Boat Rentals, Tours, Boat Tours & Water Sports, Outdoor activities


Parrish Art Museum                  

279 Montauk Highway

Watermill, NY

The South Fork Natural History Museum and Nature Center
377 Sag Harbor Turnpike

This museum brings the natural beauty of the South Fork indoors. Grab a field journal at the front desk and take an interpretive hike that engages all of the senses. The exhibits are hands-on and exploratory. Enjoy world-class workshops every weekend with topics ranging from bird migration to the secret life of snails. 

The Sag Harbor Whaling Museum                   
200 Main St., Sag Harbor
During the 19th century, Sag Harbor became a bustling port town, where local boys found work as whalers and earned money while traveling the world. These young men, along with international sailors, returned with stories about culture and customs from far away lands.

The Sag Harbor Whaling Museum celebrates this period of Long

Island history and tells the story of whaling adventures on the high seas. The museum is open daily.

Shinnecock Museum and Cultural Center
100 Montauk Hwy, Southampton
The Shinnecock tribal nation and their descendants inhabited Long Island for over 10,000 years. The museum and cultural center feature exhibit on hunting and fishing, and a permanent main exhibit entitled, 

A Walk with the People.

Southampton Historical Museum
17 Meeting House Ln., Southampton
Comprised of three main museums: Rogers Mansion, The Thomas Halsey Homestead, and the Pelletrau Shop, this complex of restored historic landmarks is a wonderland of Colonial America. Buildings date back to the late 1600s and are restored to original condition, with period objects and documents. Visit the one-room schoolhouse, blacksmith's shop, the barn, or the cobbler's shop. The museum is open year-round with changing exhibits on historical topics like ghost hunting and Christmas in Southampton, and special events like the Annual Harvest Day Fair.

Miss Amelia's Cottage and Roy K. Lester Carriage Museum
Main St., Amagansett
For a taste of Colonial America, visit Miss Amelia's Cottage. Built in 1725, the cottage stands on the property owned by the founders of Amagansett, Abraham and Jacob Schellinger. The museum displays colonial furnishings and demonstrates how people lived in Amagansett from the earliest colonial days through the early 1900s. At the rear of the property sits the Roy K. Lester Carriage Museum, which focuses on buggies and carriages that were built locally. Open seasonally only.



Free Outdoor Concerts in Southampton Village        

sponsored by Southampton Cultural Center

Live Music at Agawam Park or Cooper’s Beach. Bring a blanket and a picnic basket!



Montauk Parasail

59 Star Island Road, Montauk

Get ready for the ride of your life, and get a birds-eye view of The Montauk Lighthouse, Block Island, The North Fork, and Gardiner’s Bay. Pick up is straight from the dock of the beautiful Star Island Yacht Club & Marina, and for your convenience, the Star Island restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. It’s safe, fun, and no experience necessary.


Flying Point Surf School

Various beaches


Flying Point Surf School offers surf camps, fish camps, and private lessons. The camp is five days a week and features classes on water safety, ocean swim and rescue, identifying unsafe water conditions, paddling techniques, swimming, and surf forecasting.


Global Boarding

Sag Harbor, Noyac, East Hampton

Waterskiing & Jetskiing

Hamptons Watersports


Surfing, Windsurfing & Kitesurfing, Paddleboarding

True East Charters


Boat Tours & Water Sports


Skiff Guide


fishing Charters & Tours



Elizabeth A. Morton National Wildlife Refuge

2595 Noyack Rd, Sag Harbor 

Open ½ hour before sunrise until ½ hour after sunset.


There are a few vineyards on the South Fork, listed below, but the North Fork has many more. See this link for a guide to

Long Island Wine Country


Duck Walk 

231 Montauk Highway, Water Mill

Wolffer Estate

139 Sagg Road, Sagaponack


Channing Daughters Winery

1927 Scuttlehole Road, Bridgehampton


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