Mattituck Historical Society

Main Road (Rt. 25) at Cardinal Drive
Mattituck 11952
Phone: 631-298-5248
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The Mattituck Laurel Historic Society runs and operates a museum complex of six different buildings in order to provide education on the historical heritage of the area. These buildings include a schoolhouse, circa 1760, two homes belonging to the Tuthill family that have been furnished with 18th and 19th century decor and relics, an outbuilding referred to as the Barn which houses a display of 19th century farm implements, a milk house, and a one-room schoolhouse built in 1846. Other rooms feature World War I and II uniforms, 19th century patchwork quilts, women's clothing and accessories and a large display of miscellaneous items. Virtual tours of the home are also available.

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