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.

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