Oyster Bay Historical Society

20 Summit St PO Box 297
Oyster Bay 11771
Phone: 516-922-5032
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The Oyster Bay Historical Society's, a nonprofit organization founded in 1960 with the singular purpose of preserving the considerable history of the Oyster Bay community, has its headquarters located in the Earle-Wightman House and contains within it a research library, museum and art gallery. Also on the property is a tranquil 18th century style garden featuring not only ornate plantlife but also herbs used for medicinal purposes, cooking, or fragrances. The OBHS holds art exhibitions and offers art classes to promote self-expression at The School for Domest Arts. 

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