Since its inception in September, 1903, the Huntington Historical Society has spent over 100 years protecting and interpreting the history of Huntington (founded in 1653) and the central Long Island region. The Society now maintains five national register historic properties - two as house museums, one for a gallery and display space for exhibiting selected portions of our collection. The fourth houses our administration office and our extensive Resource Center and Archives and the fifth, The Adams House, is on the property of the Kissam House.
The Society shares the legacy it is preserving by sponsoring educational festivals, a lecture series, school programs and summer educational programs.
209 Main Street
Huntington, NY 11743United States