Hamptons is a two hour drive totaling to 95 miles distance from New York towards the East Coast and has many beach towns spread across the Long Island. It is a great spot for night-outs, drinking and shopping. There is also an exhibition centre and an aquarium to showcase the flora and fauna of the area at Riverhead.
Places to visit are Montauk Point Lighthouse which is thronged by photographers for its beauty. Art Deco theatre is also visited for its LED lights display and performances in the evenings. Dune Roads gives driving experiences among the sand dunes, with views of the massive ocean and beach homes of celebrities. Vineyards adorn the are North Folk, where people can taste all kinds of wine and visit breweries. There is a spot called Big Duck, built in 1931, a large wooden duck which now serves as a tourist information center and a gift shop, with meadows and lawns around.
Wildlife lovers can visit Quogue Wildlife Range which has exotic birds like bald eagle, falcons and hawks. Others include beaches with water sports, museums and art galleries with Italian Renaissance and French history. The eastern end has a number of windmills, landscaped gardens and artificial and natural ponds for relaxation.
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