Amagansett Historical Association - Saving the past for the future
About Us
The Amagansett Historical Association was founded in 1964, when the historic site was planned to become a supermarket and parking lot. The Miss Amelia Cottage, built in 1725, has been preserved as a museum demonstrating how Amagansett people lived from the earliest Colonial times through to the early 1900s.

The post-and-beam Richard S. Jackson Carriage House showcases crafts demonstrations and art shows during the summer season

The Phebe Edwards Mulford House contains the Carleton Kelsey Archive of historical photographs.

Location:
129 Main Street (corner of Windmill Lane).
The mailing address is PO Box 7077, Amagansett, NY 11930
Call 631-267-3020 for more information, and see us on Facebook!

Hours:
Summer months, or by appointment.

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