Mulford Barn

Dating from 1680, the Mulford Farmstead is an iconic landmark on James Lane, adjacent to Home Sweet Home and the Pantigo Windmill. The East Hampton Historical Society makes the property available for many types of events including weddings, wedding receptions, rehearsal dinners, birthday parties, family reunions, galas, festivals, meetings, lectures, and exhibitions. In addition to the grounds, events may be granted access the historic Mulford Barn, which dates to the 18th century.

In addition to Mulford Farmstead, the East Hampton Historical Society operates several unique historic properties—including Clinton Academy and the Thomas and Mary Nimmo Moran Home & Studio—that are available for meetings and other special events.

If you have any questions about site rentals or would like to request a site rental agreement, please email us from the Contact Us page.