The Westhampton Beach Historical Society serves the communities of Westhampton, Westhampton Beach, Westhampton Dunes, Quiogue, Remsenburg, Speonk, and Eastport. Our mission is to preserve and promote the history of these communities and to serve as a community resource for historical information.
The Society’s “campus” is located at 101 Mill Road. Our campus consists of the historic Tuthill House Museum, The Foster-Meeker Heritage Center, The Meeker Carriage House and Privy, and the Thurston Raynor Milk House.
We welcome all visitors and encourage everyone in the community to become a member of the Society.
Our Mission Statement
The mission of The Westhampton Beach Historical Society is to:
- Collect and preserve materials pertaining to Eastern Long Island, focusing on the Greater Westhampton area, which includes Eastport, Speonk, Remsenburg, Westhampton, Westhampton Beach, and Quiogue.
- Interpret the history of the area through exhibitions, educational programs and publications.
- Advocate the preservation of existing historic structures and sites.
- Facilitate historical research.