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  • 1. Parrish Art Museum

    Museum/Gallery

    Opened in November 2012, the new Parrish Art Museum, originally established in Southampton in 1898, blends perfectly with its surroundings....Read More

  • 2. "Home Sweet Home" Museum

    Museum/Gallery

    The 19th century poet, playwright, and actor John Howard Payne so loved this circa-1720 saltbox home that, it is said, it became the inspiration...Read More

  • 3. Children's Museum of the East End

    Museum/Gallery

    Here, as their motto says, learning begins with play. This is a perfect place to let kids run off some steam on a rainy day, or just to take...Read More

  • 4. Cold Spring Harbor Whaling Museum

    Museum/Gallery

    One of the highlights of this museum's permanent exhibits exploring Long Island's whaling industry is a fully equipped 19th-century whaleboat...Read More

  • 5. Cradle of Aviation Museum

    Museum/Gallery

    The museum, housed in two 1932 hangars, is a tribute to Long Island's reputation as the "cradle of aviation." Displays here include a 1929 Brunner...Read More

  • 6. Custom House

    Museum/Gallery

    Henry Packer Dering, the port's first U.S. custom master, lived in this beautifully appointed 1789 Federal home that doubled as custom house...Read More

  • 7. East End Seaport and Marine Foundation

    Museum/Gallery

    A former Long Island Rail Road passenger terminal contains exhibits about lighthouses, ships, East End shipbuilding, and yacht racing. The museum...Read More

  • 8. East Hampton Historical Society

    Museum/Gallery

    Keeping history alive and thriving in East Hampton, the society operates several local museums near stately Main Street. The society's headquarters...Read More

  • 9. Guild Hall Museum

    Museum/Gallery

    Changing exhibitions at this fine-arts museum and cultural center focus on regional artists, and the museum offers an array of childrens programs...Read More

  • 10. Havens House

    Museum/Gallery

    Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the home of First Colonial Congress member William Havens was built in 1743. The Shelter...Read More

  • 11. Heckscher Museum of Art

    Museum/Gallery

    The museum, a wonderful example of beaux-arts architecture two blocks from downtown Huntington, houses more than 1,800 paintings, sculptures...Read More

  • 12. Hofstra Museum

    Museum/Gallery

    The Hofstra Museum has three main spaces in which it shows paintings, drawings, photographs, sculptures, decorative arts, African and Asian...Read More

  • 13. Long House Reserve

    Museum/Gallery

    The gallery, arboretum, sculpture gardens, and special programs at this 16-acre reserve all underscore the mission of Long House—to show that...Read More

  • 14. Long Island Children's Museum

    Museum/Gallery

    Housed in an old airplane hangar, this is a learning laboratory with hands-on exhibits. Children ages 2 to 12 can explore a multi-sensory garden...Read More

  • 15. Long Island Maritime Museum

    Museum/Gallery

    A 19th-century oystering vessel and a small collection of local craft are on display at this museum 1½ miles west of Sayville village. Changing...Read More

  • 16. Miss Amelia's Cottage and Roy Lester Carriage Museum

    Museum/Gallery

    Built in 1725 and full of beautifully preserved colonial antiques, the museum contains artifacts and exhibits illustrating Amagansett life from...Read More

  • 17. Nassau County Museum of Art

    Museum/Gallery

    A wedding gift in 1919 from industrialist Henry Clay Frick to his son and daughter-in-law, this Georgian brick mansion, designed by Ogden Codman...Read More

  • 18. Northport Historical Society and Museum

    Museum/Gallery

    Built by Andrew Carnegie in 1914 as the village library, this structure now houses exhibits about the history, culture, and geography of Northport...Read More

  • 19. Pollock-Krasner House

    Museum/Gallery

    The house where abstract expressionist Jackson Pollock painted his masterpieces is now a museum and study center. You can see the paint-splattered...Read More

  • 20. Railroad Museum of Long Island (Greenport)

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    Housed in an 1892 freight station, the museum exhibits a Reading Railroad track car, a 1907 snowplow, and a 1925 Long Island Rail Road caboose...Read More

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