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Ranked #1 of 8 attractions in Southampton
Category: Beaches; Outdoors
Scenic beach stretches 500 feet along the Atlantic shoreline offering a view of historic mansions in the distance.
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Ranked #2 of 8 attractions in Southampton
Category: History Museums; Museums
Owner description: The Rogers Mansion Museum Complex has 12 historic buildigns that tell the story of Southampton's development in the 19th... more » Owner description: The Rogers Mansion Museum Complex has 12 historic buildigns that tell the story of Southampton's development in the 19th century. The Greek-revival Rogers Mansion was built in 1843 by whaling captain Albert Rogers. The one-acre property also has a carpenters shop, blacksmith shop, dry good store, paint shop, one-room schoolhouse and two barns. The complex was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2012 as a unique campus of buildings, one of only two on Long Island. This is the perfect place for people of all ages to spend a pleasant afternoon. « less
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Ranked #3 of 8 attractions in Southampton
Category: Beaches; Parks; Outdoors
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Ranked #4 of 8 attractions in Southampton
Owner description: Pelletreau Silver Shop A Property of the Southampton Historical Museum Open Year-round: Tuesday through Saturday, 11:00 a.M.... more » Owner description: Pelletreau Silver Shop A Property of the Southampton Historical Museum Open Year-round: Tuesday through Saturday, 11:00 a.M. To 4:00 p.M. Free admission The shop was built in 1686 and is "the oldest continuously opened shop in the Americas." Master Jeweler Eric Messin gives tours of the building and leads workshops in jewelry making for beginners and advanced. « less
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Ranked #5 of 8 attractions in Southampton
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Ranked #6 of 8 attractions in Southampton
Category: Historic Sites; Museums
Owner description: Thomas Halsey was one of founders of Southampton in 1640. He purchased this homestead in 1648 to start a farm and raise a... more » Owner description: Thomas Halsey was one of founders of Southampton in 1640. He purchased this homestead in 1648 to start a farm and raise a family. The Halsey House was built by his son Thomas Halsey, Jr. in 1683. It was a simple two story, two room cabin which can be identified on the exterior by the diamond pattern windows. A two room extension was add in 1730. This historic house museum is open to the public on Saturdays from July to mid-October between 11:00 am and 4:00 pm. It features historic furnishings reflecting a colonial farm family in 1750 and an exhibit on the Shinnecock Tribe with a recreated Woodland Period Village c. 1,000 CE with hands-on activities for children. « less
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Owner description: Small museum just west of Southampton Village run by the Shinnnecock Nation, a Federally recognized tribe, on its... more » Owner description: Small museum just west of Southampton Village run by the Shinnnecock Nation, a Federally recognized tribe, on its Reservation. The main building is a log structure filled with Native American artifacts and exhibits about the Shinnecock culture and Woodlland Indian culture. It just opened a Living History village next to it depicting what life was like for Woodland Indians in the 1700's. Tribal members in period correct garb and demonstrate what Native American life was like before European settlement. « less
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Owner description: Conscience Point Historic Site and Nature Walk A Property of the Southampton Historical Museum End of Conscience Point... more » Owner description: Conscience Point Historic Site and Nature Walk A Property of the Southampton Historical Museum End of Conscience Point Road, North Sea, NY Open Year-round: sunrise to sunset Free admission This five-acre wildlife refuge also supports endangered and threatened species. A Shellfish Hatchery is located in the parking lot and offers workshops in marine biology and ecology. « less
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