If you are uprooting your family and moving across country to Head of the Harbor, NY, you need a moving company you can trust. You need a company that can provide you with a wide range of customizable services such as professional packing, transportation, storage, and more. At Hall Lane Moving & Storage we have been helping families move across town, the state, the country and internationally for 50 years. To help with your move, we have come up with three of our favorite things to do in the area.
If you take a short trip to Sag Harbor, you and your family can spend the day at Foster Memorial Beach. The beach runs for one mile along Noyac Bay. To most locals, it is known as Long Beach, but no matter what you choose to call it, This is a “Permit Required” beach from May 15 through June 25. If you like live theater, you are going to love the Bay Street Theater, This not-for-profit theater has 299 seats and hosts a number of live shows. Many of these shows have moved to Broadway and off-Broadway The theater all hosts The Comedy Club, Special Events, The Workshops, and an educational outreach program. Whether your family is interested in whaling history or not, you have to visit the Sag Harbor Whaling and Historical Museum. The museum is home to a large collection of historical items from the area’s whaling history, all housed in a building that was once home to Benjamin Huntting. Built-in 1845, the house has been home to a Masonic Lodge and is now home to the museum.
Packing up your family and moving across the country to Head of the Harbor, NY can be a very stressful time in your life. At Hall Lane Moving and Storage, our goal is to make your move as seamless and stress-free as possible.
To learn more about our services or to schedule your free quote, contact Hall Lane Moving and Storage at (631) 734-0212 and talk to one of our relocation specialists. We offer a wide array of customizable moving services to ensure you and your family enjoy a stress-free successful moving across the country with Hall Lane Moving and Storage into the Head of the Harbor, NY area.