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The Hamptons see + do

There is no shortage of things to see and do in the Hamptons, so your itinerary hinges on whether you want to partake in the glam scene, enjoy a restful seaside vacation with the family, or hang with friends. Regardless of your company, you're sure to spend lots of time on the soft sand of the seemingly endless beaches. To mingle with the jet set, angle for an invite to one of the Hamptons' private clubs—such as Maidstone and Meadow—and book tickets to the annual Watermill Center Summer Benefit to watch avant-garde performance pieces and dance under the stars. If you have kids in tow, hike through the Mashomack Preserve and pack in a little educational value visiting the Old Halsey Homestead in Southampton or the Victor D'Amico Institute of Art (aka the Art Barge), which is housed in a beached World War I navy barge in Napeague. In the evenings, head into town to order an ice cream cone and watch the theatrical goings-on around you. To kick back with your crew, book a fishing excursion out of Montauk, try your hand at a round of golf, sample the varietals at a local vineyard, or visit Jackson Pollock's exuberantly paint-splattered studio at the Study Center in Springs or the sculpture gardens at the LongHouse Reserve in East Hampton. When the weather's uncooperative, spend some time trolling through the area's many museums and cultural centers, including the Parrish in Southampton, Guild Hall in East Hampton, and the Bay Street Theatre and Whaling & Historical Museum in Sag Harbor.

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Wine Tasting in the Hamptons

You'll find a few vineyards on the South Fork, namely Channing Daughters (631-537-7224), Wölffer Estate (631-537-5106), and Duck Walk (631-726-7555), but...more

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Pollock Krasner House & Study Center, East Hampton

It's hard to imagine Jackson Pollock mingling with the royalty-collecting creative set that has made the Hamptons its haunt in recent decades. Thanks to the...more

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Parrish Art Museum, Southampton

Founded by art collector and benefactor Samuel Longstreth Parrish in 1897, this museum's collection is centered around American paintings of the late 19th and...more

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Mashomack Preserve, Shelter Island

With over 2,000 acres of woodlands, salt marshes, and pristine coastline, the Nature Conservancy's Mashomack Preserve covers nearly a third of bucolic Shelter...more

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Hampton's Gym Corp, East Hampton

On the East End, exercising is as fashionable as dining out. Alexis Stewart and her mother, Martha, are principal owners of this upscale mini-chain of fitness...more

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Guild Hall, East Hampton

Established in 1931, this museum, theater, and gathering place serves as a reminder of an era when the East End was as much a magnet for artists as it was for...more

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Bike Rentals in the Hamptons

Seriously consider pedaling to the beach: It's the best way to avoid the whole parking-permit dilemma and the slow torture of Route 27 traffic on a summer...more

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Beaches of the Hamptons

The Atlantic beaches of the Hamptons are some of the prettiest the country has to offer: clean, wide, often completely uncrowded—even on summer...more

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