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The Thomas Halsey Homestead

249 S Main St, Southampton, NY 11968-4826
+1 631-283-2494
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Historial Charm

I loved taking my familty for a walk to see the museum, its a one of a kind and easy to get to from... read more

Reviewed 16 August 2017
ElizabethMain
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NY
A Must See Historical sight from 1640's

I was so amazed that this house still stands after almost 370 years. It is the very place that my... read more

Reviewed 6 April 2017
Gigi805
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Simi Valley, California
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Thomas Halsey was one of founders of Southampton in 1640. He purchased this homestead in 1648 to start a farm and raise a family. The Halsey House was built by his son Thomas Halsey, Jr. in 1683. It was a simple two story, two room cabin which can be identified on the exterior by the diamond pattern windows. A two room extension was add in 1730. This historic house museum is open to the public on Saturdays from July to mid-October between 11:00 am and 4:00 pm. It features historic furnishings reflecting a colonial farm family in 1750 and an exhibit on the Shinnecock Tribe with a recreated Woodland Period Village c. 1,000 CE with hands-on activities for children.
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16 Aug 2017
“Historial Charm”
6 Apr 2017
“A Must See Historical sight from 1640's”
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249 S Main St, Southampton, NY 11968-4826
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+1 631-283-2494
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Reviewed 16 August 2017

I loved taking my familty for a walk to see the museum, its a one of a kind and easy to get to from town

1  Thank ElizabethMain
Reviewed 6 April 2017

I was so amazed that this house still stands after almost 370 years. It is the very place that my ancestors built and resided and is very special to me. I have visited twice in the last 10 years and I am in awe that...More

1  Thank Gigi805
Reviewed 12 October 2016 via mobile

If you love exploring colonial history, you really must visit the Halsey Homestead. You will learn about a family that has lived in Southampton for hundreds of years.

1  Thank Jen K
Reviewed 23 September 2016

Thomas and Phoebe Halsey were my 10x's great-grandparents. I live in Missouri, but I do hope to visit the Halsey House someday. :)

1  Thank Tonya D
Reviewed 23 March 2015

We marveled at how old this house is. It reaches back into the 1600s -- can't say that about many American attractions.

1  Thank Cleone S
Reviewed 20 May 2012

There are surprisingly not that many historic sites left here, despite Southampton being founded in 1640. So, do check out this one! Lovely, interesting.

6  Thank Screaminglyfine
Reviewed 9 January 2012

Built in 1648, it's the oldest English wood framed house in New York State that is still on its original site.

7  Thank sunnyflies
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