Southampton is a beautiful town you can visit in Suffolk County, New York, United States of America. Southampton is located partially on the South Fork of Long Island. Within its area, it also contains a village, named Southampton. Before the former Lynn residents of Massachusetts settled here in 1640, this was the land of the Shinnecock Indian Nation. The town of Southampton has beautiful points of interest and if you will visit it, you'll have the opportunity to see everything.
Halsey House is a historical building of Southampton. In present, it works as a museum. This is the oldest house still standing in Southampton. It was built by Thomas Halsey, a pioneer of the area, which came in Southampton from Hertfordshire, England. In the museum, you can take great guided tours in order to find out more about the history of this beautiful house.
Balcastle is another historical building located in Southampton. It was built in 1910 and is a fine example of Gothic architecture. It has one large story and on top one and a half story octagonal tower on one side and a 2-story tower on another side. It is located in an area of less than one acre and can be admired only from outside.
Wickapogue Road Historic District is a historical area located in Southampton. It contains 17 buildings and is an impressive collection of historic homes of the earliest settlers of Southampton and also of farmers from the 19th and 20th century.The whole district was added on the National Register of Historic Places in 1986.
Tuscan House is an upscale restaurant located in Southampton. The Italian eatery has friendly and welcoming staff and delicious food. Our recommendation is to try Insalata di Pesce, a fresh fish salad deliciously seasoned or Vitello Capricciosa - veal cutlest with a topping of pepper, onion and greens. .