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All of the sites currently owned or leased by the Southampton History Museum are situated on the homeland of the Shinnecock, who continue to live and work on Long Island. We respectfully acknowledge and honor all indigenous communities - past, present, and future - for their ongoing and fundamental relationships to the region.

Our Historic Sites & Structures

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Rogers Mansion

Rogers Mansion

17 Meeting House Lane, Southampton, NY 11968

Our main office and exhibit space built c. 1843 by Captain Albert Rogers and the former home of Samuel L. Parrish.

Boys & Girls Outhouses

Boys & Girls Outhouses

17 Meeting House Lane, Southampton, NY 11968

A his and hers set of outhouses from the late 19th century.

Blacksmith Shop

Blacksmith Shop

17 Meeting House Lane, Southampton, NY 11968

This was originally a horse stable built c. 1790 on Hampton Road that was fashioned into a Blacksmith Shop to house a donated collection.

Corn Crib

Corn Crib

17 Meeting House Lane, Southampton, NY 11968

Originally from the Rose de Rose estate on Hill Street, this corn crib is from the late 19th century.

The Pelletreau Silver Shop

The Pelletreau Silver Shop

80 Main Street, Southampton, NY 11968

This tiny building, constructed ca. 1686, is one the oldest continuously operated shops in the United States. Most famously, it was used as the workshop of American patriot and silversmith, Elias Pelletreau (1726-1810).

Fordham & Elliston Paint Shop

Fordham & Elliston Paint Shop

17 Meeting House Lane, Southampton, NY 11968

Originally built in the 1880's on Jobs Lane near Agawam Park.

Nugent Carriage House

Nugent Carriage House

17 Meeting House Lane, Southampton, NY 11968

Built in the 1890's by Dr. John Nugent who purchased this property from the Rogers family and would later sell it to Sam Parrish.

Hildreth's General Store

Hildreth's General Store

17 Meeting House Lane, Southampton, NY 11968

The original Hildreth's still stands on Main Street today but this 1893 structure was decorated to reflect what Hildreth's may have looked like in 1903.

Sayre Barn

Sayre Barn

17 Meeting House Lane, Southampton, NY 11968

Built c. 1825 as an animal barn for the Sayre family and was originally located on Hampton Road.

Conscience Point Historic Marker and Nature Walk

Conscience Point Historic Marker and Nature Walk

1640 Conscience Point Road, Southampton, NY 11968

This is the presumed landing point of Southampton's first colonizers.

Red Creek Schoolhouse

Red Creek Schoolhouse

17 Meeting House Lane, Southampton, NY 11968

Built c. 1830 in the Red Creek area of Hampton Bays.

Carpenter's Shop

Carpenter's Shop

17 Meeting House Lane, Southampton, NY 11968

Originally built in the 1890's and located behind where Hildreth's Department Store stands today.

Bayman's Decoy Shed

Bayman's Decoy Shed

17 Meeting House Lane, Southampton, NY 11968

Another repurposed building from the 1890's which was once a corn crib and now displays a decoy maker's workshop.

Halsey House & Garden

Halsey House & Garden

249 South Main Street, Southampton, NY 11968

One of the oldest English colonial houses in New York State (built ca. 1683)

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