Join us for a select weekend September to visit the
Thomas & Mary Nimmo Moran Studio
One-hour visits run at 10am, 11am, 12pm, and 1pm on the following days
Moran Studio: September 25, 26.
Pre-registration is required. No drop-in admissions will be permitted.
Tickets are $10 per person at the Thomas & Mary Nimmo Moran Studio.
Tours are limited to 6 people per hour at the Moran Studio
Call us for private group tours at 631-324-6850 ext. 4
All visitors are required to wear masks and to follow social distancing protocols. Tickets will be refunded due to any unexpected public closure.
Limited street parking is available at the Moran Studio. We recommend parking on James Lane or the south side of Main Street. Please follow posted parking regulations.
Social distancing requirements will be sent with final ticket information.
To purchase your timed tickets CLICK HERE
Did you ever wonder what types of books children used in school before online learning and before textbooks? Join Marianne Howard as we talk about the different types of textbooks and primers from the era of East Hampton’s one-room schoolhouses, and practice making your own hornbook with items you can find around your house.
This program is pre-recorded. You can view on our Instagram and Facebook pages.
Votes for Women:A Portrait of Persistence
This poster exhibition from the Smithsonian is based on their larger installation and marks the 100th anniversary of the enfranchisement of women through the 19th Amendment. The exhibit will be supplemented with items from our collection of East Hampton's own suffrage story.
We will also welcome the League of Women Voters of the East Hampton, Shelter Island, and the North Fork who will have voter registrations available at this event.
For private group tours of 6 or more, please email email@example.com or call 631-324-6850 ext. 4
All visitors are required to wear masks and to follow social distancing protocols. Please follow the direction of our staff. Restrooms will NOT be available to the public.
During this time in our history, East Hampton like the rest of the world is experiencing something unprecedented.
As YOUR historical society, it's our responsibility to collect and tell the stories of East Hampton town; and this is just one of its chapters. When the 1918 flu hit, we were able to document it through letters in our collection.
We are conducting a project to document this time.
Phase One: we are collecting images from during quarantine and as we emerge into the new normal.
Phase Two: The images and videos, will be included in a "documentary" recounting this period this fall. We are partnering with LTV to produce the final video to share this autumn.
How you can participate?
Please send in your images and short video clips to share with us as the story unfolds. We would like to include pics of graduations, masks, social distanced family parties, etc.
Please send your video clips and images to Kue John Lor, Curator of Collections at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please remember to share your name, address, and phone numbers so we have that for our records, thanks!
Your submissions become property of the East Hampton Historical Society collection.
THANK YOU and we look forward to seeing you all soon!
The East Hampton Historical Society has launched its YouTube Channel!
Did you miss any of our Facebook Live events, Curator's Clips, Remember to Remember History Chats, or Influential Women's videos?
Now you can see them all in one place. Watch them again, and see our history come alive as we add more videos on various themes to our channel this year.
In order for us to customize this URL, we need 100 subscribers! Please take a minute to not only enjoy all of our videos, but to also subscribe to us.
Its free, once you find our channel, click subscribe and as we add more videos you'll be alerted.
Thank you for your support!
Channel went live on Monday, June 22, 2020 at 10am