Staffed by volunteers, the Greenport site of the Railroad Museum of Long Island is located steps from the Shelter…More Island Ferry and Hampton Jitney stop. The site was once a Long Island Railroad freight building, and now houses two cars, the Museum gift, shop, a large model railroad layout and historical railroad paraphernalia.</p>
<p>The Museum hosts several special events, including the visit by Santa Claus each December. Santa arrives by train and visits with children.</p>
<p>The museum is funded primarily through donations and membership fees.</p>
Shelter Island North Ferry Company 11 Chequit Ave, Shelter Island Heights, NY11965 The Shelter Island North Ferry Company takes passengers back and forth between Greenport and Shelter Island. The…More Greenport side of the ferry is located at the railroad docks in Greenport, near the Long Island Railroad terminal and Hampton Jitney stop. The Shelter Island side of the ferry is located at the foot of Route 114 in Shelter Island Heights. Ferry rates vary by size of vehicle. Reservations are not accepted. The ferry runs year round. Schedule varies with the season, holidays and inclement weather.
Sag Harbor Group Long Island Railroad, Greenport, NY11944 Sag Harbor Group is a computer consulting firm. For more information, please contact the office.
La Capricciosa Pizza 135 3rd St, Greenport, NY11944 La Capricciosa Brick Oven Pizza has been preparing gourmet pizza, hot and cold antipasto, specialty pasta dishes, and…More cannolis since 1997. Located near the Shelter Island Ferry, Hampton Jitney stop, and Long Island Railroad Station, La Capricciosa is the perfect stop on the way to your final destination. This restaurant offers both take-out and dining room service year-round.
Sterlington Commons Deli 3 Sterlington Commons, Greenport, NY11944 Located near the Shelter Island Ferry, Long Island Railroad, and Hampton Jitney stop, Sterlington Deli is a convenient…More stop for a quick bite when you're on the go. If you want to grab one of their signature sandwiches and relax, Sterlington has indoor and outdoor tables to accomodate you.
The Broken Down Valise 180 Pike St, Mattituck, NY11952 The Broken Down Valise is a favorite pub with locals and for those on late-night excursions. The atmosphere is very…More casual. It is located just off of Love Lane in Mattituck, across from the Long Island Railroad station on Pike Street. The Valise has been temporarily closed due to a recent fire, but damage was minimal and management plans to re-open in the near future.
East End Seaport Museum Wiggins Street, Greenport, NY11944 The East End Seaport Museum exhibits a variety of local seafaring artifacts including lighthouse lenses and displays…More of Greenport's fishing and oyster industries. The Maritime Museum is located in the former railroad station adjacent to the North Ferry Terminal. The mission of the East End Seaport Museum and Marine Foundation is "to recognize, restore and preserve the maritime heritage of the East End of Long Island, New York."
Church of the Redeemer 13225 Sound Ave, Mattituck, NY11952 The Church of the Redeemer is located on the corner of Sound Avenue and Westphalia Road just south of the railroad…More tracks across the street from the Mattituck Presbyterian Church. It is a part of the Episcopal Diocese of Long Island. The Diocese is "a vastly diverse and holy community of people and ministries that strive to bring people into relationship with Jesus Christ and each other and to serve the needs of all of God's people."
Hyatt Place East End 451 E Main St, Riverhead, NY11901 Part of a worldwide lodging chain, this 100-room Hyatt offers a wide range of amenities and features, including a…More fitness center, coffee and wine café, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, a 120-slip marina, a full-service business center, continental breakfast buffet, parking areas, HD TVs and free Wi-Fi. The Hyatt Place East End Hotel is located on East Main Street with convenient access to the Hamptons, the LI Railroad Museum, the Riverhead Raceway and Long Island wineries.