Montauk Historical Society

Montauk Point State Parkway
Montauk 11954
Phone: 1-888-MTK-POINT/ 1-888-685-7646
Fax: 631-668-2546
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The Montauk Historical Society is a privately funded, non-profit organization dedicates itself to the preservation of Montauk's history. The Historical Society also operates the Second House Museum, the site of two Art & Crafts Fairs. The Second House Museum was built 1797 and is the oldest building still standing on Montauk and has been established to help give the community an identity of more than just a summer vacation spot. Though the home is undergoing the process of being restore back to it's historical beauy parts of it's 18th century structure still remain and is equiped with historic furnishings.

Tackapausha Museum and Preserve

Tackapausha Museum and Preserve

Washington Avenue,Between Merrick Road
Seaford - 11783
516-571-7443

Saint James General Store

516 Moriches Rd
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631-854-3740

Home Sweet Home Museum

14 James Lane
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631-324-0713

Wading River Historical Society

North Country Road
Wading River - 11792
631-929-4082

Wantagh Preservation Society

1700 Wantagh Avenue
Wantagh - 11793
516-826-8767

Southold Indian Museum

1080 Main Bayview Road
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631-765-5577

SoFo - South Fork Natural History Museum & Nature Center

377 Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Turnpike
Bridgehampton - 11932
631-537-9735

Steinberg Museum of Art

720 Northern Boulevard,LIU Post Campus, Long Island University
Brookville - 11548
516-299-4073

Suffolk County Vanderbilt Museum

180 Little Neck Road
Centerport - 11721
631-854-5579