Oysterponds Historical Society

1555 Village Lane
Orient 11957
Phone: 631-323-2480
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The Oysterponds Historical Society hopes to preserves the history of the Orient and East Marion communities and celebrate its culture through education and exhibitions in its six different 19th century built establishments. This includes two seperate school houses, three homesteads and a classic red barn. The artifacts residing withing the museums, including 18th and 19th century furniture and decor, paitings and tools, reflect more than two centuries of North Fork life and culture as does the generous collection of hisotric documents and photogrpahs.

Stonybrook Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery

Stonybrook Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery

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(631) 632-7240
Tackapausha Museum and Preserve

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516-571-7443

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516-572-0619

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631-537-9735

Railroad Museum of Long Island (Greenport)

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631-477-0439

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631-324-0806

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516-922-4788

Walt Whitman Birthplace-State Historic Site

246 Old Walt Whitman Road
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631-427-5240