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We visited with several friends and children from 1 to 12 years old. The small Museum is very nice and almost empty. Play space, Picknick tables, nice forest stroll to the tiny beach. Definitely worth visiting with a small group. Great Birthday Party Place.
We picked a warm day but shade from trees was great on the paths. Blossoming trees filled the air with a beautiful aroma. We watched egrets and Osprey by the water feeding. Nice place for a walk. Fee to get into musueum but parking and...More
Many hands on activities we were here for Thanksgiving feast of Native Americans pottery making spear-throwing grinding corn fire making it was also a very interesting film to see about the different plants and how they were used for medicine
Awersome Awersome small museum with a personal touch A river of knowledge concerning the history of Early Life of Native Americans on Long Island The Museum overlooking the Long Island Sound Some of the exhibits are hands on will rock your world especially if you...More
I learned so much about the indigenous people who used to inhabit Long Island before the Europeans arrived. Super life size dioramas of Indian life and structures will be a treat for and child or adult.
The main part might be suitable for a wheelchair (with care), but it would be impossible to get down to the beach with a wheelchair. There are many steps to negotiate. I recommend that you call the museum to check what... More
The main part might be suitable for a wheelchair (with care), but it would be impossible to get down to the beach with a wheelchair. There are many steps to negotiate. I recommend that you call the museum to check what facilities they have.