Raynham Hall Museum boasts an exceptional collection of archives and artifacts that provide an in-depth look at the lives and times of the Townsend family and their neighbors from 1740 to 1940. More than 5,000 items of furniture, works of art, household accessories, tableware, cookware, textiles, costumes, toys, and games are preserved and displayed at Raynham Hall. Many objects have a Townsend family provenance. Highlights include furniture and other decorative arts made on Long Island.
In addition, other collections associated with the Townsend family and George Washington exist, such as letters and account books to a name a couple.
This section is an ever growing compilation of all the collections within Raynham Hall Museum as well as those associated with the museum.