MUSEUMS AND CULTURE IN THE VILLAGE OF SOUTHAMPTON
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The Southampton Arts Center – 25 Job’s Lane
The Southampton Arts Center’s holdings encompass a distinguished collection of American art from the nineteenth century to the present, with a particular focus on the art and artists of Long Island’s East End, and includes paintings by American Impressionist William Merritt Chase and works by the pre-eminent 20th-century realist Fairfield Porter, Jackson Pollock, Lee Krasner, Willem de Kooning, Dan Flavin, and Roy Lichtenstein.
Rogers Memorial Library – 91 Coopers Farm Road – Phone: 631-283-0774
The Rogers Memorial Library serves the educational, cultural and intellectual needs of the local community and provides collections, services, and resources to fulfill its mission.
Southampton Cultural Center – 25 Pond Lane – Phone: 631-287-4377
The Levitas Center For The Arts – a place where writers, artists, musicians, actors, dancers, and performers of all kinds can share their gifts with the residents of our area. Programs include the series of summer concerts in Agawam Park and Coopers Beach, piano recitals, symphonic ensemble performances, theatrical productions, art exhibits, and classes for all ages.
Southampton History Museum – 17 Meeting House Lane – 631-283-4540
The Southampton History Museum houses the Rogers Mansion, built in 1843, including a one-room schoolhouse, a colonial-era barn, a 19th-century paint shop, and additional structures; the Thomas Halsey Homestead, built in 1660; the Elias Pelletreau Shop, erected in 1686; Conscience Point Historic Site and Nature Walk; exhibitions; and a research library dedicated to the history of Southampton and its surrounding areas.
Southampton Theatres – 43 Hill Street – Phone: 287-6235
Part of the Regal Group, the Southampton Theatres is home to four screens. Every Fall the Theatre is home to the famous Hamptons International Film Festival.