The Southampton History Museum has announced Haunted Village in Southampton, 20 minute haunted tours of the grounds of the historic Rogers Mansion, set for Saturdays, October 24th and October 31st, from 2 to 4 pm. [Read more…] about A Haunted Village in Southampton on Long Island
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The Southampton History Museum has announced “An Outsider’s View,” a tour of Southampton and North Sea gardens and landscape settings, set for Saturday, September 12th, from 1 to 4 pm.
With designs ranging from a structured formal garden of clipped hedges and detailed gates to a waterfront cottage garden bursting with flowers and native flora, each setting will provide a look at the interplay between the landscape and the home’s architecture and history. [Read more…] about Tour of Southampton’s Gardens Set
The Southampton History Museum’s Rogers Mansion, in Southampton, Long Island, NY, is now open for tours. Their current exhibit High Style in the Gilded Age. [Read more…] about Southampton History Museum Reopens By Appointment
The Southampton History Museum has announced that all of April’s program have been canceled due to circumstances regarding COVID-19. [Read more…] about Southampton History Museum Cancels April Events
In 1893, Southampton historian William S. Pelletreau wrote that it was “safe to address almost any middle-aged man one might meet as ‘Captain’, for the chances were that he was one.”
Zachary Taylor, curator at the Southampton History Museum, is set to give PowerPoint lecture on sea captains who made Southampton their home, using research and photographs from the Museum’s archive on Saturday, March 7, at 1 pm. [Read more…] about Whaling Captains Lecture in Southampton
Rogers Mansion in Southampton, NY, is set to host self-guided tours of the mansion on Saturday, December 14th, and Saturday, December 28th.
Guests will be able to see a 20 room home as it was in the 1920s filled with holiday decorations. Also, the exhibit “High Style in the Gilded Age: Southampton 1870-1930” will be on display showing ball gowns worn by Southampton women along with their stories from that era. Some of the women featured will be Consuelo Vanderbilt and Millicent Rogers. Refreshments will be served. [Read more…] about Rogers Mansion Candlelight Tours in Southampton
The Southampton Historical Museum’s 2019 Harvest Fair has been set for Saturday, September 21st, from 11 am to 4 pm, at Rogers Mansion, 17 Meeting House Lane, Southampton. This event is free and open to the public.
Activities include outdoor crafts, tool making demonstrations, Shinnecock Tribe dancing, farm animals, a thrift shop and an 1850 wedding re-enactment. [Read more…] about Southampton History Museum Harvest Fair Set for Sept 21st
The Southampton History Museum will open the exhibit High Style in the Gilded Age: Southampton 1870-1930, on Saturday, August 17, with an opening reception from 4 to 6 pm, at Rogers Mansion, 17 Meeting House Lane, Southampton, Long Island. [Read more…] about Gilded Age Exhibit Opens In Southampton, LI
The Southampton History Museum has announced High Style in the Gilded Age: Southampton 1870-1930, a new exhibit set to open Saturday, August 17th with an opening reception from 4 to 6 pm.
With the arrival of the railroad in 1870, Southampton began its swift ascent to fashionable status. New Yorkers, spared a grueling journey by stagecoach or an overnight boat trip, could now make the trip in a few hours. While the early years of the Southampton summer colony were marked by a professed enthusiasm for the informal pleasures of country life, it was perhaps inevitable that the taste for Gilded Age excess, then sweeping over the city, would begin to assert itself in Southampton.
The Southampton History Museum has announced a new series, where three professionals in their respective fields will examine the role of the decorative arts at various times in history. The talks will take place at 4 pm in the Music Room of the Rogers Mansion, 17 Meeting House Lane in Southampton, and will be followed by a reception. [Read more…] about 3 Perspectives On Decorative Arts in Southampton