Discover the best top things to do in Greenport, United States including Cross Sound Ferry, Sannino Bella Vita Vineyard, Sparkling Pointe, Lavender By The Bay, Antique Carousel, The Old Field Vineyards, Oysterponds Historical Society, Greenport Harbor Brewing Co., Horton Point Lighthouse and Nautical Museum, Kontokosta Winery.
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4.5 based on 370 reviews
I've been using the New London to Orient Point ferry service for decades and I will continue using it when I go to Long Island.
This is always much better than fighting traffic on the CT Turnpike, Cross Westchester Expy, and the LIE.
The snack counter/luncheonette is also decent.
The only drawback is that there was no WIFI on any of the boats which I used for the round trip.
5 based on 236 reviews
Sannino Bella Vita Vineyard's winery & tasting room is situated on a 17 acre vineyard in the North Fork of Long Island NY. Our address is 1375 Peconic Lane, Peconic. Our tasting room & winery is located in an historic barn circa 1900's. This casual and rustic setting is a great place to start your wine appreciation. Through education and our hands on approach, is what makes our winery a perfect spot to enjoy on the wine trail. We have many Estate wines to choose from cabernet Franc, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, White Merlot, and Chardonnay. Our tasting room is open Thursday-Monday see website for hours. Groups larger than 6 MUST make a reservation due to our limited space. Tours and Classes are also available. Please visit our web site for dates & times.
Great Vineyard off the beaten path away from commercialized Vineyards that lose intimacy and coziness. This place has great service and even better wine making tasting simple. All of the food options compliment the wine fantastically. Cheese platters, nut platters, and chocolate platters are perfect. The wine is the main ingredient to their charm and family style atmosphere. Vino from the heart is what you will get here..
4.5 based on 180 reviews
Visiting Long Island we decided to stop at this vineyard as we love sparkling wines
For our surprise all the decoration is related to Rio de Janeiro, Brasil, what delighted us as we are from that city and country.
Appart of the pleasure of seeing pictures and memorabilia from our country we were very impressed with the selection and quality of the wines, the knowledge of the people who served us and the beautiful vineyard they have
Would go back any time
4.5 based on 122 reviews
Located in East Marion New York, Lavender by the Bay has been growing the highest quality lavender on Long Island for more than 15 years. We offer seasonal fresh cut bunches, dried lavender, lavender plants, lavender sachets and crafts, and honey from our own beehives. In 2002, we expanded our company by purchasing 17 acres of farmland in East Marion, New York. We have planted twenty varieties of lavender across ten acres of farmland, yielding over 80,000 plants for cultivation. In order to preserve the beauty, form, and peaceful nature of the farm, we must now impose a per person (12 years and older) fee to enter the fields while the flowers are in bloom. This fee goes towards the upkeep and maintenance of the plants, trails, and pavilion. The fee is $8 per person to enter the fields on weekends and national holidays, of which $1 will be donated to a local charity. During the week, the fee is reduced to $5 per person to encourage customers to enjoy the fields during less busy times. The lavender is typically in bloom mid/late June through mid-July, but is ultimately up to Mother Nature.
Great place to take photos and a leisurely stroll. $8 to enter the lavender field. The shop has lavender bunches, soaps, lotions, eye pillows and you can also purchase lavender bushes starting at $6. A rather hearty bush was $30. Plan to visit other places in the area. Approximately 1 hour or so visit. The people in the shop were friendly and knowledgeable.
4.5 based on 97 reviews
Great little place... Took our 1 year old. We enjoyed a lot. The ride was really nice. Small little town with lots of friendly people. Parking gets a bit tough depending on the time of the day. The ocean view next to the carousel is nice. Some kids were skate boarding in the deck, which was cool. Lots of farms on the way there.
The carousel rides were $2/pp cash. Under 3 was free. Don't miss it. Go. Saturday was open till 9pm.
4.5 based on 49 reviews
We've been here several times. The wine is good, the owner is one of a kind and the experience exceptional. The place is off the beaten path of many of the wineries. It is actually for those who really appreciate what the real wine growers do as a passion... not as a 'drunken stop on a wine tour' . Not a winery to be passed by or overlooked.
5 based on 9 reviews
A museum complex that consists of the Village House, which is a 19th-century boardinghouse, and Civil War material, toys and dolls, and the Hallock Building with exhibits of ship paintings, scrimshaw and more.
On tiny Village Lane, in the center of Orient, is the historical society. There are often art shows in the Swanson Gallery (especially in summer). There are also several well-preserved buildings from early Orient days. Village Lane itself is like a photo album of a 1950s American street. There's even an ice-cream parlor and a general store and, except for the post office, that's all.
4.5 based on 70 reviews
For $10, we three sisters tried 5 different beers (and kept the glass), sat by the sunny windows, kicked back, chatted, shared our opinions on each beer, and had a great time. One sister who loves IPAs, loved the two she tried, I loved the wheaty beer and the sour citrus, almost lemonade-like Pure Sunshine, our third sister liked the porter. So, we were all very happy. The second floor tasting room has an open, welcoming feel to it, big windows bring in sunlight and views of the neighborhood, the staff member there knew her beers quite well and was very engaging. The guys working downstairs let us take pictures inside the vat area and, what impressed me the most, was that you could see them, taking a break and drinking their just-made beer.
4.5 based on 50 reviews
Visit the 1857 lighthouse and its accompanying museum that offers a unique collection of marine artifacts such as sea chests, paintings, maps, scrimshaw and photographs.
The Horton Point Lighthouse is a North Fork gem well worth searching out. This restored historical structure sits on a high bluff on the Long Island Sound. From the lighthouse tower Connecticut is clearly in view, and one can see for miles both east and west. The museum inside the building has some very interesting and rare items, and the spacious grounds offer picnic tables and trails. Horton Point Lighthouse may be a bit tricky to find, but it is not to be missed.
4 based on 143 reviews
Between my daughter, her friend and tdme, we tried almost all their wines as we each tried different flights. My favorite was the Viognier; they liked the cab franc and the red blend. Servers were relaxed and friendly. Take the time to walk to the Shore-plenty of seating outdoors.
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