Eager to learn more about Southold's history? Watch one of our fascinating featured videos. View video shorts by our interns. Then learn more about some of the noteworthy people who lived here. Topics include Stella Prince: Horton Point's Lady Lighthouse Keeper; The Hallock and Currie-Bell Family; and Captain Henry Green!
Our young interns chose items they enjoyed from our collection and created video shorts briefly explaining their stories. Please enjoy their sincere and enthusiastic interest in our history.
19th Century Health Craze! A Blue Plate Glass Window Pane.
Oldest Surviving Commercial Ship. Model of of the 1841 Charles Morgan
Classic Metal Cone
from the 1800s
Model of Thomas Currie-Bell's
Blue Bell Sail Boat
Please enjoy these well-researched and in-depth videos about some of Southold's more notable residents. Step back in time and discover fascinating stories as told by our local researchers.
Stella Prince: Horton Point's Lady
The Hallock and Currie-Bell Family and the Beginnings of Southold Historical Society and Museum
The Story of Captain Henry Green
Interested in learning more about these and other stories related to our local history? Please visit our Museum Gift Shop, Monday to Friday from 10am to 2pm, where you'll find a large selection of local books. Or, shop online and receive Free local shipping!
Did you know that the virtual exhibits on this page were created in-house and help fulfill the museum's mission of preserving and sharing Southold's rich history for generations to come. If you hope to see more of these types of exhibits, please consider donating. No amount is too small. We thank you for your support!