Telephone Pioneers of America Museum

445 Commack Road
Commack 11725
Phone: 631-543-1371
Fax: 631-864-1009

The Telephone Pioneers of America Museum traces the history of the telephone back to 1876 with Alexander Graham Bell's attic workshop. Visiting the museum is an excellent way to find understanding of an astounding piece of technology we all use today with interactive and hands-on exhibits and displays.

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

Roslyn Landmark Society

1 Paper Mill Road
Roslyn - 11576
516-621-3040

Sag Harbor Historical Society

174 Main Street
Sag Harbor - 11693
631-725-5092

The Serpentarium - Reptile Museum

213 East Main Street
Riverhead - 11901
631-722-5488

Huntington Arts Council

213 Main St
Huntington
631-271-8423

Smithtown Historical Society

239 Middle Country Road
Smithtown - 11787
631-265-6768

Seaford Historical Society and Museum

3890 Waverly Avenue
Seaford - 11783
516-781-5184

Steinberg Museum of Art

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