Exhibits

On View Now

“Spies’ Nest: Revelations of Maj. John André’s Activities in Oyster Bay”
November 12, 2016

This lecture and associated exhibit discuss two recently-discovered letters written in 1779 during Raynham Hall’s occupation by the British, from Maj. John André, Benedict Arnold’s chief intelligence contact among the British, to Gen. Henry Clinton, then stationed in East Hampton, providing proof for the first time of André’s stay in Oyster Bay. 

 
Upcoming Exhibits

“Christmas at Raynham Hall”
December 1, 2016 – January 5, 2017

Visit during the holiday season to see the house festooned with Victorian Christmas finery. Legend has it that the Townsends were the first family in Oyster Bay to have a Christmas tree, which they proudly displayed in the window of their home. 

Free with regular museum admission.