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
Stonybrook Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery

Stonybrook Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery

1220 Staller Center for The Arts
Stony Brook - 11794
(631) 632-7240

Suffolk County Police Historical Society

30 Yaphank Avenue
Yaphank - 11980
631-852-6011

Townsend Society of America

107 E. Main Street
Oyster Bay - 11771
516-922-5434

The New York Hall of Science

47-01 111th Street
Queens - 11368
718-699-0005

Wading River Historical Society

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

The Stony Brook Grist Mill

100 Harbor Road
Stony Brook - 11790
631-751-2244

Northport Historical Society

215 Main Street
Northport - 11768
631-757-9859

Old Bethpage Village Restoration

1303 Round Swamp Road
Old Bethpage - 11804
516-572-8400