Sag Harbor Whaling Museum 200 Main St, Sag Harbor, NY11963 Sag Harbor Whaling Museum is open from mid May through October, but for groups of 10 or more, the museum will open…More during the off season. The museum is home to a gift shop and hosts various events throughout the season. The museum becomes a haunted mansion during Halloween. The second floor of the building is home to a Masonic Temple.
Carvel Ice Cream Montauk Hwy, Bridgehampton, NY11932 Carvel, home of Fudgie the Whale, is an all-American favorite, ice-cream shop franchise. Its specialty is…More soft-serve ice cream cones and cups, but that also well known for its delicious ice cream cakes for all occasions as well as the very popular flying saucers and other take-home ice cream treats.
Page at 63 Main 63 Main St, Sag Harbor, NY11963 Page at 63 Main serves eclectic American cuisine with an emphasis on natural, local, organic and healthy food. Named…More after Captain George Page, a local 19th century whaling captain, the restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner and houses a café that serves smoothies, coffees, pastries, hot entrées and picnic lunches. Page at 63 Main offers a variety of small plates as well a large selection of entrées.
John E. Berwind Memorial Village Green Ocean Rd & Hildreth Rd, Bridgehampton, NY11932 The Berwind Green, a Southampton Town park, is the site of the Beebe Windmill. The windmill was built in 1820 on…More Sleight's Hill in Sag Harbor for Lester Beebe, a retired whaling captain and ship building. In fact, the miniature windmill at the Long Wharf in Sag Harbor was designed to look like the Beebe Windmill. The Beebe Windmill has occupied at least five sites, but was moved to its present site in 1914. It was restored in both 1984 and 2009. To tour the windmill, an appointment can be made with the Bridgehampton Historical Society.
Pelletreau Silver Shop 80 Main St, Southampton, NY11968 A property of the Southampton Historical Museums and Research Center, the Pelletreau Silver Shop was built in 1686 and…More stands at its original location on Main Street. It is the oldest continuously opened shop in the Americas, according to the museum. Originally a dry goods store, it was purchased in 1717 by whale oil merchant Francis Pelletreau. His grandson, silversmith Elias Pelletreau, used it as a workshop between 1750 and 1810. Elias, a local hero, was a captain in the Suffolk County Militia during the Revolutionary War. The museum's resident jeweler, Eric Messin, demonstrates the old jewelry-making techniques at the shop today and offers workshops.