Lake Ronkonkoma Historical Society

328 Hawkins Ave.
Lake Ronkokoma 11779
Phone: 631-467-3152
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The Lake Ronkokoma Historical Society's aim is to preserve and protect that area extensive Native American artifacts and historical memorabilia. The museum displays more than 1,000 arrowhead artifacts, Indian weaponry and tools and an 1898 school registry. Also home to a beautiful collection of keepsakes belonging to Maude Adams, an American stage actress who had been the most successful and highest-paid performer of her day, primarily noted for her performance as Peter Pan. The society also maintains the Fitz-Greene Hallock Homestead with tours available by appointment.

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