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The Carriage Museum
New:  Streets of New York
New:  Driving for Sport and Pleasure
Gentleman’s Coach House
European Vehicles Gallery
Going Places: How Horse-Drawn Vehicles Shaped American Life
A 19th Century Carriage Exposition
Making Carriages: From Hometown Shop to Factory
Children's Vehicles
A Trip to Yesterday: L.I. in the Carriage Era
The Dorothy Carriage Museum


The Art Museum

Now through December 29, 2013
A Painter's Studio is Everywhere:
Paintings by William Sidney Mount
(1807 – 1868)


June 14 through December 29, 2013
Coney Island and Jones Beach:
Empires by the Sea



The Visitors center

March 1 through April 28, 2013
Colors of Long Island


Gardens & Historic Structures
Mrs. Frank Melville Gardens created by nationally acclaimed landscape designer, Conni Cross
Emma Lee Blackford Rockwell Herb Garden and the Pamela Friebely Memorial Garden designed and tended by the North Suffolk Garden Club
The Nassakeag Schoolhouse (1877)
The Samuel H. West Blacksmith Shop (1875)
The Beaux-Arts Horse Trough and Fountain (1880)
The Williamson Barn (1794)
The Smith Carriage Shed (1867)
The Smith-Rudyard Burial Ground (1796-1865)


Visitors Center

September 14 through October 14, 2012
The Landmarks of Long Island


Located at 1200 Route 25A in Stony Brook, the Long Island Museum is a Smithsonian affiliate, dedicated to American history and art with a Long Island connection.  The museum is open Thursday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m and Sunday from noon to 5.  Regular admission is $10 per person, $7 for seniors and $5 for students ages six to 17.  Children under six and museum members are free.

For more information call 631-751-0066

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