greenport attractions

Here are some of Greenport's best known attractions. Our natural attractions include some of the finest ocean beaches in America, state parks, county and town parks, and nature preserve areas.



kids logogreenport-carouselAntique Carousel

Built in the 1920’s, this working carousel is located at Mitchell Park on Front Street. Bring the kids to catch the brass ring and win a free ride. Open during the summer from 10am to 10pm, Off-season open weekends and holidays, weather permitting. Tickets cost $2.00.




chartersEast End Charters

Charter a yacht or a boat. 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 Pat who continues the Mundus family tradition on the water 631-786-2734



kids logocatapanoVisit 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 for parties of 10 or more (reservation required.) Open seven days in season from 10am-5pm. Call for off season hours. 33705 Route 48, Peconic. 631-765-8042.




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greenport libraryFloyd Memorial Library,

located at the corner of First and North Streets, offers an array of adult and children's probrams, as well as Internet access, concerts, movies, and other activities throughout the year.





kids logolavender by bayLavender Farm

Pick your own lavender at the Lavender by the Bay. Located at 7540 Main Road, East Marion, just a few minutes east of Greenport. Open from 9-5 daily May through October, and on Saturdays and Sundays only in November and December. 631-477-1019



Greenport BrewingGreenport Harbor Brewing Co.

They make every drop of it’s beer in a small production brewery at the very end of Long Island. It was started in the summer of 2009 by 2 college friends. Since then, Greenport has been singled out for nearly every beer brewed by everyone from the Village Voice, Newsday, Wall Street Journal and countless beer and food blogs. This year opening an additional and larger brewhouse and bottling space in Peconic, at the corner of Peconic Lane and Main Road. 234 Carpenter Street 631-477-6681 • See Facebook for hours.


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The waters surrounding Greenport are home to eight lighthouses. The East End Seaport Museum and Marine Foundation runs lighthouse cruises from June through October, both all-day and evening cruises. They include a lecture by a local historian, and either a box lunch or dinner served with Long Island wine. Call for reservations and information or go to our calendar for sailing dates. 631-477-4121