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Once a cluster of relatively unknown farming villages, the Hamptons are now an upscale escape for elite vacationers. World-class restaurants, elegant martini lounges, and a stretch of choice beaches attract discerning visitors from around the globe. Southampton is both the oldest and the largest of the villages that make up the Hamptons, with many people calling the area home year-round. Now a sophisticated and coveted retreat, the village’s oceanfront roads lead to some of the best beaches on the east coast. Visit here to fill your dance card with trips to vineyards, outings to exclusive gyms, and reservations for farm-to-table cuisine and hand-crafted cocktails.
Art, nature, and design unite on 16 sprawling acres at LongHouse Reserve. Indoor and outdoor exhibits feature artists like Yoko Ono and Buckminster "Bucky" Fuller. The Reserve is currently home to more than 60 contemporary pieces.
Previously home to abstract expressionist Jackson Pollock, the Pollock-Krasner House now serves as a museum and study center for his respected works of art. You'll want to call in advance, as tours are limited.
Once a modest potato farm, Wölffer Estate Vineyard is now home to a 55-acre vineyard, boarding stables, paddocks, and a Grand Prix field. Weekly events include exclusive tastings paired with live music and dancing.
America meets France in this fashionable fusion restaurant in Southampton. The menu is a testament to Kirk Basnight’s 18-year legacy here. Order the locally harvested oysters as an appetizer.
Montauk Point Lighthouse, a National Historic Landmark, is New York's first lighthouse and the fourth oldest operating lighthouse in the United States. Climb to the top for impressive panoramic views of Block Island Sound.
Located conveniently near White Fences Inn, the Parrish Art Museum is dedicated to American-made art. The gallery hosts an impressive amount of esteemed traveling exhibits. The Inn will provide you with complimentary passes.
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In the Hampton Bays marina area, stop by Canal Café, a seafood shack that serves up some of the best lobster rolls around. Other seafood stops include Bostwick's Chowder House and Duryea's Lobster Deck & Seafood Market.
While easily accessible by air, sea, and land, the traffic congestion in the Hamptons is notorious. Cars are essential for getting around, so if you have a social commitment be sure to leave early. You don't want to be too fashionably late.
If sunbathing isn't your speed, Cedar Point Park offers a great alternative. Miles of nature hiking and biking trails, rowboat rentals, and a large playground for the kiddos make the park a popular spot for those looking to break away from the beach scene.
Built with the sole purpose of featuring decades of masterful artistic creations, The Leiber Collection is on display for the public to admire. Admission to Gerson and Judith Leiber's gallery is free, but only open during the summer season.
Situated in between the Atlantic Ocean and the Long Island Sound, the maritime climate of the Hamptons brings predictably warm summers and chilly winters, with showers throughout the year. Four distinct seasons determine the favored time to holiday. Memorial Day through Labor Day beckon the masses. If you're hoping to avoid the crowds there are plenty of year-round activities to enjoy and the weather can be rather agreeable September through May.
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