The museum complex is comprised of nine acres with three modern exhibition buildings and five historic structures. The Art Museum houses a permanent collection of American art and two changing exhibition galleries. The 40,000-square-foot Carriage Museum is home to the finest collection of American horse-drawn transportation artifacts in the world
The Decoy gallery replicates authentic Long Island wetlands as a “natural habitat” for the display of shorebirds and duck decoys. An early 20th-century bayman’s shack, complete with tools, furnishings and decoys in various stages of completion illustrates the process and methods used by carvers.
Kindergarten through 12th grade Long Island student artwork
Survey of the wide range of subjects and styles in which she worked
Installation of two new outdoor works, illustrating both classic and modern styles
Explores the confluence of 2 passions through 25 paintings, drawings, and fascinating objects
Works by amateur and professional artists with the theme of travel