Museum & Shop Hours

Thursday - Sunday, 1pm - 4pm

March Pop-Up Exhibit: March 1st - 31st, 2023

Northport Through Artists' Eyes

Explore Northport as seen through paintings and work of various artists. The exhibit also features an original painting by abstract expressionist, Stanley Twardowicz. The gouache and ink on paper is titled “#44” and was painted in 1958, two years after Twardowicz moved to Northport.


Permanent Exhibit: June 2022 - June 2023

Iconic Northport

In this interactive exhibit, QR codes will help you explore Northport's most well-known landmarks, traditions and the history behind the icons that are still around today, including a selfie-station where you can enjoy a sundae in Jones Drug Store!


Iconic Northport Series

Northport Icon Awards

As part of the Northport Historical Society's new exhibit, Iconic Northport, we are honoring the people and businesses that helped shape the Village of Northport. Below are the current recipients and the date they received their Icon award. Check back to see our next recipient!

Tim Hess/Tim's Shipwreck Diner - August 13, 2022

The Weber Family/Seymour's Boatyard - August 18, 2022

The Great Cow Harbor 10K Race - September 17, 2022

The Northport Yacht Club - October 27, 2022

Vince Terranova/Jones Drug Store - November 20, 2022

The John W. Engeman Theater - March 23, 2022


The Carnegie Corner

Reference Library

We've converted one corner of our gallery into a history reference library that hearkens back to the time when our building served as the Northport Public Library.

Browse The Collection

Our Collection

The Museum houses a large and growing collection, continually enhanced by donations from local residents and organizations. Artifacts, textiles, ephemera, and photographs related to our area have been preserved.

Patrons can search our collection of over 4800 historic documents and over 3400 historic photos.


Click here to browse our photos and order a copy.

Previous Digital Exhibits

Victorian-era Scrapbooks


The Photo Collection

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