The Old Kindergarten Schoolhouse was Greenport’s first schoolhouse. It was located on the North Road and attended by children from Arshamomaque, Stirling (now Greenport) and East Marion. In 1832, a larger schoolhouse was built on First Street and Greenport students…
The antique carousel is the focal point of Mitchell Park. Built in 1920 by the Herschell-Spillman Company, it was donated to the village by the Northrop-Grumman Corporation in 1995.
One of the world’s only public access camera obscuras.
The Maritime Museum is located in Greenport at the foot of 3rd Street in the former railroad station, adjacent to the Shelter Island North Ferry Dock.
A floating museum, Fire Fighter is a retired New York City fireboat.
The best of the North Fork’s bounty all in one place. The Greenport Farmers’ Market offers fresh produce, baked goods, wine, cheese and other quality products.
Featuring memorabilia, pictures and historic items from Greenport Police Department.
All concrete street course, 40 foot wide mini ramp with spine which connects to the street course, and 40 foot wide by 12 foot high vertical ramp. The mini ramp and vertical ramp are wood construction with coated steel sheathing. Helmets and pads are mandatory.
Summer/seasonal vegetables that are picked in the morning and ready by 9am.
Beautiful four acre park in the center of the Village.
Located in Mitchell Park, the ice skating rink is open during the winter months, weather permitting.
North Fork Wine Tours works with the finest transport companies and local business to help you create the day of your dreams.
The Museum is housed in a former Long Island Rail Road freight house. The freight house and the former Greenport railroad station (now the East End Seaport Museum) were built in 1892 in the same Victorian style popular at that time.
A lovely historical house which showcases the history of Greenport Village.
Take a walking tour of Greenport Village and see the historic buildings of our beautiful town.
4 Screens – 800+ seating.
Comfortable and clean.
Information about our Village: