The Oyster Bay Historical Society presents year-round permanent and rotating exhibitions relating to the history of Oyster Bay, New York. The Society also maintains a research library and archives, a school for domestic arts, an eighteenth-century garden, and a museum shop.
“History of the House“
An permanent exhibition following the development of the Earle-Wightman House from a 17th-century one-room residence to the Oyster Bay Historical Society's first official headquarters
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