East Hampton Town Marine Museum

301 Bluff Road, Amagansett, NY 11930

Open July 1 - September 4, 11:00am-3:00pm

Tickets are $10 for adults, $8 for children 2-16, members and children under 2 are free. Tickets are timed and limited.

Private group tours are available. Please contact info@easthamptonhistory.org. Tours are limited to 8 per per hour at the Marine Museum.

All visitors are required to follow CDC and State guidelines. We take seriously the safety of our staff and visitors and conduct business in accordance with CDC guidelines.

Requirements when visiting inside one of our museums:

Unvaccinated individuals: require 6 feet of social distancing and to wear masks.
Vaccinated individuals: no social distancing or masks required.

Visitors are required to show proof of vaccination via: paper form or digital application , including NYS Excelsior Pass.
If proof is not shown, visitors are required to wear masks. If you do not have a mask, EHHS will provide you one.

Tickets will be refunded due to any unexpected public closure.

Parking is limited on-site. Street parking is available.

CDC requirements will be sent with ticket purchase confirmation.

The Marine Museum tells the unique story of Long Island's East End community and its relationship with the sea through artifacts, photographs, models, and displays.

Three floors of exhibitions are characterized by a thoughtful interpretation of historical research and the perspective of the men who work on the water every day of their lives.

The museum is dedicated to documenting and preserving East Hampton Town's maritime history and to showing in what ways our marine environment has had an impact on the economic, social, and recreational life of its citizens.

New is the Claus Hoie Gallery of Whaling, a permanent exhibtion of paintings by Claus Hoie, an East Hampton painter, that depict the story of a 19th-century whaling expedition that set sail from Sag Harbor.