Three Nights Hotel Accommodations
Guided Touring of South Hampton & East Hampton
Montauk Point Lighthouse
Guided Tour of Oheka
Old Westbury Gardens and Westbury House
East Hampton - Founded in 1648, the Village of East Hampton was one of America's earliest English settlements. Today, the Village of East Hampton still provides a rich record of the architecture and agricultural way of life in early America. The Village's wide Main Street, the Village Green, Town Pond, South End Burial Ground, and the area around Hook Mill are all remnants of the Village's original seventeenth century design. Remaining historic houses and farmhouses, barns, outbuildings, fences, pastures, windmills, and schools accent what has been called "America's most beautiful village."
Montauk Point Lighthouse is the oldest lighthouse in New York State. Construction began on June 7, 1796 and was completed on November 5, 1796. This National Historic Landmark has been part of Long Island's land and seascape for over 200 years and still serves as an active aid to navigation.
Southampton - During your tour, you will take in such sights as historical homes, museums, Main Street, churches and mansions. You will see some of the most elaborate homes in America owned by some of the world’s wealthiest people. Many of these homes line the magnificent shores of the South Fork overlooking the majestic Atlantic Ocean.
Guided Tour of Oheka - This magnificent Gold Coast Mansion, resting majestically on the highest point of Long Island, emanates the elegant refinement of a chateaux in France coupled with world-class service and a rich history that is distinctly American. Oheka Castle is listed on the coveted National Register of Historic Places and is devoted to establishing an experience where guests can appreciate historic architecture, wine and dine in European ambience, relax in a guestroom, stroll the Formal Gardens, or celebrate lavishly as Otto Kahn once did during the decadent era of the Roaring Twenties.
Old Westbury Gardens, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is the former home of John S. Phipps, his wife, Margarita Grace Phipps and their four children. Completed in 1906 by the English designer, George A. Crawley, the magnificent Charles II-style mansion is nestled amid 200 acres of formal gardens, landscaped grounds, woodlands, ponds and lakes. Westbury House is furnished with fine English antiques and decorative arts from the more than fifty years of the family's residence. Experience one of the most beautiful Gardens in the world right in your backyard on the North Shore of Long Island.