Thomas Moran Trust 9 N Main St, East Hampton, NY11937 Thomas Moran Trust is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving and restoring the East Hampton studio of…More artist Thomas Moran and the cultural heritage of the area. The organization hosts exhibitions, receptions and dinner events.
While the East Hampton Historical Society preserves the rich past of the area, it also oversees five museums,…More national landmark historical sites, collections and workshop facilities. Its headquarters are in the Osborn-Jackson House—one of the museums it oversees—on Main Street in East Hampton Village. It also maintains the nearby Mulford Farm and Barn, the Town House, the Clinton Academy, and the East Hampton Town Marine Museum in Amagansett.</p>
Pantigo Mill 14 James Ln, East Hampton, NY11937 Pantigo Mill, built in 1804, is one of three mills owned by East Hampton Village and kept as a historic landmark.…More The preserved site demonstrates the impressive technology of the time and the many uses of the mill. Pantigo Mill stood at the corner of Pantigo Road and Egypt Lane for 72 years before being moved behind Home Sweet Home Museum and Gardens.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Mulford Farm is considered one of the country's most significant…More intact English Colonial farmsteads. Named for the family that owned it for most of its existence, the saltbox house was built in 1680 and hasn't been changed much since 1750.</p>
<p>The farm is set up as if it were about 1790. There is a smokehouse and Rachel's Garden, named for Rachel Mulford, who lived there.</p>
<p>The Mulford Barn, also on the property, was built in 1721 and has remained mostly intact. In 1990, the State Department of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation deemed it the second most important 18th-century barn in the state.</p>
The Springs Historical Society Springs Fireplace Rd & Parson Pl, East Hampton, NY11937 A few residents of the Springs area of East Hampton formed the Springs Historical Society in 1975 to collect and…More preserve information and material that was important to Springs. This group runs the Springs Library in the Ambrose Parsons House and the Parsons Blacksmith Shop, which are next to each other on Parsons Place. The society presents three to four programs each year, continues to collect documents and photographs for its archive at the Ambrose Parsons House and issues a monthly newsletter. The annual membership to the society is $15. If you also plan on buying a library membership for the same amount, the combined fee is $25.