Long Island Museum: Stony Brook's Open Air Collection of Art
About 1 year(s) ago by MediaConnect Showcasing a fascinating collection of art and artifacts from the early 18th century to the present, the Long Island Museum is an intriguing attraction. Set on nine acres with fountains and gardens, the museum is known for its standout collection of horse-drawn carriages. You'll also find historic structures, including a blacksmith shop, schoolhouse, outhouses and a carriage making shop with working machinery. New exhibits include the European Vehicles Gallery and A Gentlemen's Coach House, complete with groom's room and tack room.
Highlights of the Long Island Museum Stony Brook include:
• Unique Open Air Environment • Seven Buildings & Multiple Barns • 200 Horse-Drawn Carriages • 4,000 Paintings, Sculptures and Prints • Historic Blacksmith's Shop & Schoolhouse • Largest Collection of Works by Stony Brook's William Sidney Mount • Authentic 19th-Century Carriage Making Shop with Working Machinery • A Gentlemen's Coach House Tack Room & Groom's Room • European Vehicles Gallery • Nine-Acre Park-Like Setting • Gardens & Fountains • Outhouses • Burial Ground • Educational Programs • Special Events
Our beautiful hotel and estate are located 26 miles from the Long Island Museum Stony Brook. Stay with us and treat yourself to an idyllic escape, with luxurious suites accommodations, heartwarming hospitality, and full modern amenities. Explore our rustic acres to find waterfalls, gardens, and courtyards. Would you like to learn more about the Long Island Museum, or lodging at our boutique hotel? Please contact us at your convenience at 1 (800) 291-8090 for more information, and to make your reservations.