PROMENADE AND PARASOLS In this exhibit we featured three gowns that we consider being “jewels of our collection”. Additionally, we chose to highlight a seldom-displayed selection of antique parasols. These gowns beautifully fit into our title “promenade” which means to take a leisurely walk, ride, or drive in public, especially to meet or be seen…Details
Just before the New Year the Historical Society staff moved their offices back to the Trade School, 209 Main Street, from the Conklin home, 2 High Street. The Conklin home served as the societies offices for 2 years and while we were sad to leave, we couldn’t wait to move back home!Details
If you are having trouble finding a gift for your friend, family, significant other, or just an acquaintance look no further!
The Huntington Historical Society has the perfect gifts for the History Lover in your life!!!!
The Holiday Sale will be for the entire months of November and December! If you spend $50 or more before sales tax you will receive 20% off your entire purchase!!!! The Museum Shop will be open on the first three Friday evenings of December, 12/2, 9, and 16, from 2-6 PM. The Museum…Details
We hope you enjoyed the 2016 Historic Holiday House Tour. We all had a great time visiting these 5 spectacular homes. Please scroll down to find links to the 5 homes with descriptions and photographs of the houses.Details
Join us for History Happy Hour, a new monthly program designed to bring you more of the Huntington Historical Society’s special brand of local history with a just a twist of fun! On Thursday, December 8th we will meet at the Conklin Barn for wine, beer and light refreshments, before heading into the David Conklin House…Details