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Long Island Art Galleries

No matter if you’re into the classics, something a bit more modern, or maybe even just local Long Island Art, there are museums and exhibits all over the Island that are sure to have something that will pique your interest. From sculpture, to paintings, mixed media, or cinema – Long Island has a rich culture of art that is deeply engrained in our heritage, with art galleries a prominent feature of most Long Island communities. So whether you’re an art student looking to experience more art exhibits close to home, or you’re an avid fan of art and you want to see what Long Island has to offer, visiting some of the local art galleries we are home to is sure to delight everyone from amateur to expert enthusiasts.

Babylon Village Arts Council

PO Box 141 in Babylon
631-669-1810

Brookhaven Arts and Humanities Council

139 South Country Road in Bellport
631-776-0811

Crafts as Art Festival

One Museum Drive in Roslyn Harbor
973-746-0091

East End Arts Council

133 East Main Street in Riverhead
631-727-0900

Gallery North

90 North Country Road in Setauket
631-751-2676

Greater Port Jefferson-Northern Brookhaven Arts Council’

PO Box 204 in Port Jefferson
631-473-5220

Heckscher Museum of Art

2 Prime Avenue in Huntington
631-351-3250

Hofstra University Museum

112 Hofstra University in Hempstead
516-463-5672

Huntington Arts Council

213 Main St in Huntington
631-271-8423

Islip Art Museum

50 Irish Lane in East Islip
631-224-5402

LongHouse Reserve

133 Hands Creek Road in East Hampton
631-329-3568

Long Island Children's Museum

11 Davis Avenue in Garden City
516-224-5800

Nassau County Museum of Arts

1 Museum Drive in Roslyn Harbor
516-484-9338

Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center

830 Springs-Fireplace Road in East Hampton
631-324-4929

Smithtown Township Arts Council

660 Route 25A in Saint James
631-862-6575

Society for the Preservation of Long Island Antiquities

161 Main Street in Cold Spring Harbor
631-692-4664

Steinberg Museum of Art

720 Northern Boulevard in Brookville
516-299-4073

The Long Island Museum

1200 Route 25A in Stony Brook
631-751-0066

The Parrish Art Museum

25 Job's Lane in Southhampton
631-283-2118
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