Fodor's Expert Review Walt Whitman Birthplace State Historic Site & Interpretive Center

Huntington Historic District/Site

This was the boyhood home of Walt Whitman, one of America's greatest poets. A typical example of native Long Island craftsmanship of the time, the snug house, built by the poet's father circa 1819, has survived virtually intact since the Whitmans left it in 1823. Whitman portraits, letters, and manuscripts are on display. The home is off Route 110, across from Walt Whitman Mall.

Historic District/Site

Quick Facts

246 Old Walt Whitman Rd.
Huntington Station, New York  11746, USA

631-427–5240

www.waltwhitman.org

Sight Details:
Rate Includes: $6, Closed Mon. and Tues. Labor Day–Jun.

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