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Southold Museum Complex

  • Main Rd. and Maple La. Map It
  • Southold

Updated 01/22/2015

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The complex, run by the Southold Historical Society, encompasses a dozen buildings, several of which are listed on the New York State Register of Historic Places. Arranged as a quaint village, they include the home of the society's founder, Ann Currie-Bell, with antique dolls and toys, costume collections, and period rooms; the Thomas Moore House, a mid-18th-century carriage house and blacksmith shop; the circa 1821 Old Bay View School, which now looks

as it did in 1914; and a buttery and icehouse.

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Sight Information

Address:

Main Rd. and Maple La., Southold, New York, 11971, United States

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Phone:

631-765–5500

Sight Details:

  • $3 suggested donation
  • July–Columbus Day, Wed. and weekends 1–4

Updated 01/22/2015

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