East Hampton

East Hampton

Since the late 19th century, when the Long Island Rail Road pushed its way out to East Hampton, this has been a destination for the wealthy set of Manhattan. The cultural institutions reflect this history, so in addition to the outright splendor of the beaches, there’s plenty to do on a rainy day. The colonial remnants like the village’s architecture, Hook windmill, and the old cemeteries connect visitors to another time, while the high-end dining and abundance of art galleries keep.

THINGS TO LOVE ABOUT EAST HAMPTON

  • Longstanding cultural institutions and hip new galleries
  • Wide, white sandy beaches
  • Historic downtown with windmills and colonial architecture
  • Secret nature hikes and woods
  • Downtown boasts a variety of fine dining and world-class shopping

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