Lifeguards, room for families, great surfing because of the consistent waves, and local snack shack Ditch Witch. The crowds can be slightly ridiculous on summer weekends, and you need to bike or taxi if you don't have a beach permit.
Bring the kids to see classics like Punschi or Cinderella; check the calendar for showtimes.
One of the Hampton's oldest cultural centers. The museum has exhibited everyone including the then-unknown Pollock and de Kooning, and is currently showing Peter Beard's first solo exhibition in the States in fifteen years. The beautiful jewel box John Drew theater also hosts a robust lineup of comedy, cabaret, plays, and concerts.
Cap of the summer with one of America's largest horse shows. Come early to the sprawling 65-acre showgrounds to browse the high-end shopping pop-ups, catch the ponies in training, or have a picnic in the Boutique Garden. You can reserve seats for Grand Prix Sunday (tickets start at $25).
Sculptures and outdoor art installations fill sixteen acres of gardens and preserve. Look for Chihuly's glass "Colbat Spears" in Peter's Pond, puzzle over Yoko Ono's monochromatic "Play It By Trust" chess board, take a siesta under Buckminster Fuller's "Fly's Eye Dome."
A small but lovely donation-based museum in town housing a collection of 19th century American art from area residents like Jackson Pollock, Lee Krasner, Willem de Kooning, Dan Flavin, and Roy Lichtenstein. Water color classes commence in the museum's garden.
There are some six miles of trails in the reserve. Start by waving hello to the turtles from the bridge boardwalk on Main Pond Trail. The Center has a wall of windows overlooking the pond, where they do sunset yoga classes on Wednesdays. It is the most serene, postcard-perfect setting, and one of the best things you'll ever do in the Hamptons. That it's free makes the case for Quogue not being a Hampton.
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A soothing new wellness center with yoga, surfing, and healthy eating workshops for the ladies.
A Tuscan-style villa overlooks lush vineyards and a state-of-the-art winemaking facility. It's our favorite Hamptons winery to do a tasting because of the patio seating and wine flights served with cheese.