Long Island Museum of American Art, History, & Carriages
The Long Island Museum is Long Island’s largest privately supported museum, and is accredited by the American Association of Museums for excellence in exhibitions and programs.
The Long Island Museum exhibits internationally and nationally recognized collections of horse-drawn carriages, 19th and 20th century.
About The Museum:
The Long Island Museum in Stony Brook offers excellent exhibits in a quiet setting. The exhibits are chock full of information about Long Island’s past. Our staff is knowledgeable and courteous with your trip sure to be a fun and educational experience for the whole family.
Guided tours of the museum are available to groups with advance reservations. Call (631) 751-0066, ext. 283.
Educational Programs for Schools:
The Long Island Museum offers many interesting, entertaining and educational programs for school children. Over the past year, the museum’s school programs served over 12,000 school children from 59 school districts. They are offered September through June. For more information, please call 631-751-0066, ext. 212
OVER 40,000 items to EXPERIENCE!!!
The museum’s nine-acre park-like setting is the site for educational programs and special events throughout the year. Over 40,000 items dating from the late 1700s to the present, including American artifacts of everyday life, works of art and nearly 200 historic carriages!
The Long Island Museum is a place to rediscover the richness of America’s cultural heritage.
The Long Island Museum
1200 Route 25A
Stony Brook, New York 11790
Phone: (631) 751-0066
Print this page and present it to the receptionist to receive one complimentary admission ticket with the purchase of one regular-priced admission ticket of equal or greater value.
Call (631) 751-0066
Children under 6 years and museum members FREE
For information about becoming a museum member please call extension 246.
Visit Our Site: www.LongIslandMuseum.org
The museum is open Thursday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m and Sunday from noon to 5. Regular admission is $9 per person, $7 for seniors and $4 for students ages six to 17. Children under six and museum members are free