In our restored and authentically furnished farmhouse, visitors have the chance to step back in time to experience the way of life of local farm families, fishermen and other local citizens from the 1880s though the 1930s. Free guided tours and hands on experiences. We offer lectures and 4 exhibits annually that focus different aspects of East Hampton's rural history. The house and barn sit on 3 acres of land that include an organic pollinator garden and bee hives. The land is also the archeological site of the wind-powered Dominy sawmill dating to the 1700s.