Montauk Indian Museum
For thousands of years, people lived in Montauk. Like today, they collected clams, fished, and feasted on the abundant food resources available to them. Imagine the shoreline of Fort Pond dotted with dwellings that disappeared into the landscape, for they were created from it. Perhaps a native paddled across the pond’s glassy surface to share his harvest of game birds with his neighbor on the opposite shore.
Please come and visit us on the grounds of Second House.
Open by appointment – please call 631-903-9603
Seasonally: Thursday – Sunday: 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm