East Hampton’s Chamber of Commerce is hosting it’s 24th annual holiday tour from noon to 4pm.
Unlike other holiday tours, East Hampton not only proudly displays Christmas Décor at its most elegant timelessness, but the homes and properties that you visit each has a history that defines this Norman Rockwell like east end hamlet.
On the tour is the 1770 House & Inn, who’s beehive fireplace in the original Speakeasy, actually predates 1770!
The Huntting Inn, c 1699, was the family home of Reverend Daniel Huntting of the Second Presbyterian Church.
Pollock- Krasner House & Study Center, which is the new comer to the tour and a National Historic Landmark c. 1879.
The Topping Rose House, actually on Bridgehampton’s Main Street, c. 1842 was built for Judge Abraham Topping Rose.
Bring the family to these historic properties and enjoy the step back in time.
Visit www.easthamptonchamber.com or call 631.324.0362 for information.
Children under 12 are free, admission $25 for all others
See you on the road to the 17th Century.