Oyster Bay Historical Society
Earle-Wightman House and Angela Koenig Center
20 Summit Street, PO Box 297
Oyster Bay NY 11771
Denice Evans-Sheppard, Executive Director
Melanie Derschowitz, Collections Manager
Open to the Public
Tuesday - Friday 10 a.m - 2 p.m.
Saturday 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Sunday 1 p.m. - 4 p.m.
or by appointment
Researchers: Please make arrangements in advance
by calling the Society at 516-922-5032 or by email.
*Please note research requests may take up to several weeks to process*
The Earle-Wightman House
The Earle-Wightman House at 20 Summit Street is owned by the Town of Oyster Bay and was operated by the Oyster Bay Historical Society as its headquarters before the opening of the Angela Koenig Research and Collection Center in February 2011. The house is now open to the general public for viewing of its Colonial Room, Minister's Parlor, 1940s Kitchen, and Windfall Gift Shop. Beginning in November 2016, a gallery of rotating exhibitions on Oyster Bay's social and cultural history will complete the first floor's rehabilitation.
To visit online...
The Angela Koenig Center
Historical Society News
See Our Events Page for More Details on Our Upcoming Exhibitions and Programming
Saturday June 23rd at 2:00 pm:
Walking Tour with Howard Ehrlich in Historic Oyster Bay has been cancelled due to inclement weather. Please register in advance for our next walking tour scheduled for Sunday July 8th and Saturday July 14th.
Saturday June 23rd at 6:00pm-10pm:
"Evening on the Harbor" Annual Fundraiser at St. John's Church Rectory in Cold Spring Harbor, NY.
HAS BEEN CANCELLED!!
A new date is currently being determined. Please check the website for further details. Refunds or credits are available. Contact the Historical Society for further inquiries.
Monday June 25th & Friday June 29th at 5:00 pm:
The Angela Koenig Center will host the Oyster Bay Music Festival of multi-talented young musicians that will play noted pieces of classical music.
This concert is free to the public.
Wednesday, June 27th, at 4:00 pm:
Exhibition reception for "In the Eyes of the Beholder" featuring the artwork created by students from the Adelphi University Bridge's to Adelphi program.
Read between the Lines
Documenting Domestic Work in Oyster Bay
Earle-Wightman House Gallery
The Diary of Mary Cooper 1768 - 73
Account Books of Marmaduke Earle
Private Journal of Charles Wightman