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LongHouse Reserve, East Hampton

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  • We visited during the afternoon, look up for the days it's open. Lovely gardens and collection of Sculptures in a 16 acres space ! They were putting up a wedding for tomorrow, great place for one  more »
  • It was out of season but our hotel had phoned ahead and we were let in to have our tour with nobody else around. We were so surprised at how well laid out the gardens and sculptures were. Certainly wo...  more »
  • This privately owned reserve is open to the public and is just incredibly beautiful and peaceful. I like it better than any botanical garden I've been to. Not to be missed when visiting East Hampton. ...  more »
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  • Limited hours, but well worth the visit. 16.5 acres of beautifully maintained gardens and sculptures all surrounding the home (Longhouse) of Jack Lenor Larson. When you enter, ask if there will be a docent led tour while you are visiting and if so, definitely take advantage of it!
  • From conceptual and aesthetic perspectives, Jack Larsen and the team at LongHouse Reserve share their magnificent shrine to arts education, nature, craft as art, landscape design, sculpture and music. This should not be missed. 5 stars is conservative... should be 100+ stars.
  • We brought a small but mighty posse of children, ages 4, 6, 8- and they loved it. There's a game of picture clues to hunt for sculpture all over the garden. We saw everything and it was delightful for the little ones.
  • Awesome venue. Don't get lost
  • We spent several beautiful, soul replenishing hours wandering this artful, tranquil garden that has been nourished by love and attention over decades. A perfect respite after the harrowing drive out to the tip of Long Island. There was a perfect "reverse fountain" that reminded us of the memorial park for 9/ll, it predates the memorial site by years, but with out without the sorrow. In fact in the stillness, with the mix of vibrant green, I felt as if I could tap the life forces of the flowering trees, shrubs, and ornamental grasses as they grew that afternoon.