133 Hands Creek Rd. East Hampton NY 11937

Phone Number

631 604 5330

Date Visited



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LongHouse Reserve


Longhouse Reserve is located on Hands Creek Road in East Hampton. It is a seasonal venue. There is one designated handicapped spot in the gravel lot.The ticket booth and open entrance is a short walk from the parking lot.

The multi stall handicapped accessible restroom with baby changing station is right beyond the entrance.

The gift shop is located here. Dirt and gravel walkways are throughout the 16 acre sculpture garden.

LongHouse is the home of textile designer Jack Lenor Larsen.

"The gardens present the designed landscape as an art form and offer a diversity of sites for the sculpture installations."(website)


    Number of handicapped spaces:  1
    Location of handicapped spaces:  first row of spots in lot
    Surface of lot:  gravel
    Distance to venue:  a walk
    Transportation to venue offered:  na
    Terrain:  gravel
    Places to rest:  in gardens
    Paths and walkways:  gravel, dirt
    Location of handicapped entrance:  entrance
    Doors:  open entry
    Number of floors:  0
    Elevators:  na
    Ramps:  none
    Steps and staircases:  na
    Width of aisles:  spacious gardens
    Places to sit:  in garden
    Location of restrooms:  near entrance
    Type of restroom:  multi-stall, handicapped accessible stall, handicapped accessible
    Ease of entry and exit:  easy
    Baby changing station:  yes
    Available food services:  none
    Friendliness of staff:  heplful

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“LongHouse Reserve exemplifies living with art in all its forms. Founded by Jack Lenor Larsen, its collections,gardens, sculpture and programs, reflect world cultures and inspire a creative life.”(website Mr. Larsen, world renown textile designer, lives in the house in this magnificent 16 acre landscaped sculpture garden. There are both temporary and permanent exhibits in their own landscaped spaces. It a truly an impressive park. We were very happy to walk through the lush gardens admiring the art, plants and water features. A visitor can spend a lot of time here just meditating. It might be difficult navigating through the grounds because they are mostly grass, dirt and gravel. There is a map on the website and you can take a virtual tour.

There is one designated handicapped space in the gravel parking lot. It is a short walk to the open admissions  entrance. The gift shop as well as the multi stall handicapped accessible restrooms with a baby changing station are located right beyond the entrance. 

As always, we atDestination Accessible advise you to check a venue’s website, when planning a visit, to “know before you go.”



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