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Buildings, Famous on Long Island, NY

Updated Oct 05 2014 04:20 PM EST with 20 listings
If you are visiting Long Island New York you may want to visit some of its famous buildings. Famous buildings located across Long Island, NY are listed below.
Buildings, Famous on Long Island, NY

A & C Carpenter & Painting

E Broadway., East Hampton NY 11937 Tel 631-329-8939

Big Duck, The

Long Island's landmark & a designated historic site & living museum, you may see it on Long Island postcards. It is a building that is a .....big duck! restored
Route 24, Flanders NY 11901 Tel 631-852-8292

Blydenburgh-Weld House

Free guided tours of the grounds are held every Saturday at 1pm, including the house, gristmill, carriage house, and miller's house.
102 New Mill Rd., Smithtown NY Blydenburgh County Park, Tel 631-360-0753
Tel: 631-854-4949

Caleb Smith House

Originally built in 1819, the House now serves as a headquarters for the Smithtown Historical Society and a repository for documents and books relating to the history of Smithtown. The house is filled with 17th and 18th century furniture, paintings and documents.
Rt. 25A, Smithtown NY 11787 Tel 631-265-6768

Conklin Farmhouse

The oldest house in Huntington and reflects life and decor in the colonial, federal and victorian periods.
2 High St., Huntington NY 11743 Tel 631-427-7045
Fax: 631-427-7056; Website: huntingtonhistoricalsociety.org

Custom House

In 1789, Sag Harbor was the first U.S. port of entry. Museum is in the home of the port's first U.S. customs master.
161 Main St., Sag Harbor NY 11724 and Garden St., Tel 631-692-4664
E-mail: staff@splia.org; Website: splia.org

Eagles Walk

101 Aerial Way, East Quogue NY 11942 Tel 631-723-3194

Hampton Pet Club

1070 Montauk Hwy., Water Mill NY 11976 Tel 631-726-7297

Henry Lloyd Manor House

This 1711 manor house was built by Henry Lloyd and was occupied by the Bristish during the Revolutionary War. It is now maintained by the Lloyd Harbor Historical Society.
41 Lloyd Harbor Rd., Lloyd Habor NY 11743 Tel 631-424-6110

Huntington Sewing and Trade School

Built in 1905, this building now serves as the main office & library for the Huntington Historical Society.
209 Main St., Huntington NY 11743 Tel 631-427-7045

J.P.Spano Building Corp

48 Franklin Ave., Westhampton NY 11978 Tel 631-288-4976

Joseph Lloyd Manor House

The house is furnished to the 1793 inventory of John Lloyd II. Lloyd Manor was the home of Jupiter Hammon, a slave who became the first published black poet.
Lloyd Lane, Lloyd Habor NY 11743 at Lloyd Harbor Road, Tel 631-692-4664
E-mail: staff@splia.org; Website: splia.org

Mills Pond House

Built in 1838 by William Mills and designed by architect Calvin Pollard in hight Grecian style, now is the house of art gallery and Smithtown Arts Council
660 Route 25a., Saint James NY 11780 Tel 631-862-6575

Old House Society, The

353 Year old Cutchogue home which is the "Oldest English House in the State".
Main Rd., Mattituck NY Tel 631-298-5248

Sherwood-Jayne House

This 18th century colonial farmstead, features a barn, corn crib, ice house and sheep. The house is decorated with hand-painted floral frescos by an unknown colonial artisan.
55 Old Post Rd., East Setauket NY 11733 Tel 631-692-4664

Solder's & Sailor's Building

Built in 1892 is now the office of the Town of Huntington Historian.
225 Main St., Huntington NY 11724 Tel 631-351-3244

Stony Brook Grist Mill

Long Island's most completely equipped working Grist Mill, the Stony Brook Grist Mill is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Harbor Rd., Stony Brook NY off Main St., Tel 631-751-2244
Website: wardmelvilleheritage.org

Terry-Ketcham Inn

Historic house with barn dating from the 1850's.
81 Main St., Center Moriches NY P.O. Box 26, Tel 631-878-8862
Fax: 631-878-5528; E-mail: kifi2@juno.com

Thompson House

One of the finest collections of early Long Island furniture, dating to 1750, plus a colonial herb garden. This house is an unusually large saltbox structure.
91 North Country Rd., Setauket NY 11733 Tel 631-692-4664
E-mail: staff@splia.org; Website: splia.org

Walt Whitman Birthplace State Historic Site

Features exhibition galleries, an orientation film and Walt Whitman's voice on tape, a performance space called The Poetry Circle, a classroom area, a library, and a museum shop and bookstore.
246 Old Walt Whitman Rd., Huntington Station NY 11746 Tel 631-427-5240
Website: nysparks.com