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Buildings, Famous in Huntington, NY

Updated Oct 05 2014 05:01 PM EST with 6 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 in Huntington, NY

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

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

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

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

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