East End Seaport Museum and Marine Foundation
631-477-2100 • EastEndSeaport.org.
The museum displays exhibits on the maritime heritage of the area, including the Greenport menhaden fishing industry, the oyster industry, lighthouse lenses, a model ship of the USS Ohio, and more. Located in the former Long Island Railroad Station on Third Street, the museum and gift shop is open weekends, May through June and in September; July and August, seven days.
RailRoad Museum of Long Island
631-477-0439 • RMLI.org. Artifacts and historical information on Long Island’s railroad housed in a restored freight house dating from 1892. Open Memorial Day through Columbus Day weekends. Call for days and times. Located next to the LIRR station at 4th Street.
villageofgreenport.org. Built in the 1920’s, this restored carousel was donated to Greenport Village by the Northrop-Grumman Corporation. It is located under a weather-proof pavilion at Mitchell Park on Front Street. Bring the kids to catch the brass ring and win a free ride. Open daily in-season. Off-season, the carousel is open weekends and holidays, weather permitting. More information is on the Village of Greenport web site,
631-477-2100 • EastEndSeaport.org. The East End Seaport Museum and Marine Foundation runs two hour long Long Beach Bar (Bug) Lighthouse cruises every Saturday at 4:00pm from May through October. The cruises are on the Peconic Star II, and are the best way to see all the lighthouse and the harbor. Call for reservations and information.
Greenport waters offer some of the best fishing on Long Island. Starting in April, party boats head out to catch flounder, fluke, striped bass, blues, blackfish and porgies. Capt. Dave Brennan of the Peconic Star Express 631-875-2631 leaves from Railroad Dock in Greenport daily for full day fishing for all species in-season. The Peconic Star II is available for charters. peconicstarboats.com.
Capt. Michael Boccio of the Prime Time 3 631-323-2618 • Primetime3.com leaves at 7:00am and 4:00pm daily from Orient by the Sea Marina. Jenglo, the 46-foot Carolina Sportfisherman sails from Orient by the Sea Marina and is available for private charters of 6-15 passengers for inshore and offshore trips, full and half day. 631-323-2618 • jenglo.com.
Island’s End Golf Course, a semi-private course at 5025 Route 25 in Greenport, offers golf for both the novice and skilled player. islandsendgolf.com
Drossos Miniature Golf is on Route 25 west of Greenport Village. The Course has 18 holes, a village setting with gardens, windmill, waterfalls and buildings. A snack bar and ice cream shop are on premises. Open 10:30am-10:30pm April through November.
631-477-1339 • drossosmotel.com
Lavender By the Bay is located a few miles east of Greenport at 7540 Main Road., East Marion. There is a $5 fee to go in the fields during blooming season. Additional fees apply for professional photographers. Go to page 3 for more information. 631-477-1019
Living history in a working blacksmith’s shop in a replica of a building that dated from the 1880’s where visitors can see a real blacksmith at work. Located at the edge of Mitchell Park behind the old schoolhouse on Front Street. Open weekends 11:00am-5:00pm, June through September.
Historical Walking Tour
Take a self-guided tour of the Greenport Village Historic District (delineated on map). Free brochures at Triangle Sea Sales, at 36 South Street.
1840 School House Museum
Located on the corner of Front and Second Street. Visitors get a glimpse of what schools looked like in past centuries. A great learning experience for kids and adults alike!
Greenport Farmer’s Market
The best fresh produce and poultry from the farms of the North Fork, plus all-local products like honey, jams and jellies, wine, baked goods and more. Saturdays from 9:00am–1:00pm. Located at South and 2nd Street. greenportfarmersmarket.com
Greenport Jail & Police Museum
On Carpenter Street, featuring memorabilia, pictures and historic items from the Greenport Police Department.
Catapano Dairy Farm
Tour a working goat farm that produces artisinal cheeses and skin care products. Visit the goats and their babies. Open to the public, guided tours available. Open seven days in season from 10:00am-5:00pm. Call for off season hours.
33705 Route 48, Peconic. 631-765-8042
Sailing and Boating
East End Charters knows how to get you out in the water in style, specializing in two-hour, half or full days trips. Offering charters for small and large parties, East End Charters has crewed boats and yachts ranging from a simple harbor tour to a fully customized luxury experience for special events like weddings and corporate parties. Run by native East End sailor Pat Mundus who continues the Mundus family tradition on the water.
631-477-6993 • eastendcharters.com
Crew your own Boat at Port of Egypt Marina at 62300 Main Road – Route 25, Southold. Charter a 18’–27’ Grady-White boat through their seasonal boating club. Club members have access to boats of varying sizes and styles for water skiing, fishing, tubing and cruising. Lessons provided for inexperienced boaters.