Explore the Southold Historical Society and Museums where you’ll find an entire complex of buildings filled with artifacts that will take you back in time to experience what life was like in Southold, NY before modern conveniences. While here, you can also visit the nearby Museum Gift Shop and the Treasure Exchange Consignment Shop, and then climb to the top of the Horton Point Lighthouse where you’ll experience unparalleled views of the of the Long Island Sound. The Maple Lane Museum Complex on the Main Road in Southold, NY includes fifteen buildings, including the beautiful late Victorian Ann Hallock Currie-Bell house, fully furnished and featuring paintings by artist Thomas Currie-Bell (1873-1946), the husband of the Society’s founder. The house is listed on the State and National Register of Historic Places. Other buildings contain displays of pre-industrial artifacts, along with a collection of sleighs, carriages, and other transportation-related items. You’ll also find a Print Shop, Carriage Shop, Blacksmith Shop, Farm Equipment Shed; a c. 1822 School, a Corn Crib and an Ice House.