Hello! For those I have not had the pleasure to meet yet, my name is Connor Flanagan and I am the new Executive Director here at the Bridgehampton Museum. We have been quiet over this past winter gearing up for all the new and exciting things we are now happy to share with you all!

We have a brand new website, several new exhibits and a couple of programs with more to be announced soon. We will be sending out weekly emails just like this one letting you know about what we have going on.

I hope to meet each and everyone of you sometime soon so I can learn more about what you want to see this museum do. The Bridgehampton Museum is a community first organization and I am looking forward to making sure you all see yourselves here.

The Corwith House will remain closed while we get it ready for this summer



The Nathaniel Rogers House

2359 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton, NY 11932

Open Hours

March to December

Fridays & Saturdays

11am to 3pm


This historic Bridgehampton icon’s first floor is made up of 10 rooms showcasing Bridgehampton’s history and culture. Learn about everything from our maritime history to our connection to the creation of motorsports and more!


New Exhibits

Now on display at the Nathaniel Rogers House 



Paintings & Collages

On View Spring 2024

Helen Hoie was a creative powerhouse. Having carved out and built a highly successful career in fashion (women’s lingerie), Helen moved on to master the art of collage and painting. Her ethereal and arresting compositions allude to fantastical landscapes and give us a glimpse into the inner workings of the mind of one of Eastern Long Islands most talented female abstract painters of the day.

Rogers House Through the Years

Every old house has a story and the Nathaniel Rogers House is no different. See images of the home from its reconstruction and learn about the various owners over the last 200+ years.



Racing History

Bridgehampton has a unique connection to the history of motorsports in America. In this exhibits will be a rotating assortment of memorabilia and ephemera from Bridgehampton’s past all centered around continuous showings of “Glory Days at The Bridge” a short documentary narrated by Richard Kind that tells this unique story.

Maritime Connections

The bay, ocean and beach are inextricable parts woven into the fabric of the tapestry that is Bridgehampton. From the original indigenous peoples, to the earliest settlers, to the present day residents, we find that the water and beach have played pivotal roles in shaping the lifestyle and character of the town and surrounding area. The Bridgehampton Museum Martine Room showcases a rotating exhibition that will highlight the multifarious jobs, activities, events and people related to our bodies of water and beaches.


Claus and Helen

Claus and Helen Hoie were multi-talented artists who lived exciting and colorful lives around the world before finding each other and settling on the East end of Long Island Their “second acts” as it were the most creative periods of their lives. The Hoie’s artistic prowess and talents were outdone only by their generosity. The Claus and Helen Hoie Gallery at the Bridgehampton Museum was made possible by a truly generous endowment made by the artists’ foundation. We are truly thankful and forever grateful for their support.


Upcoming Programs and Events


Delicious Ireland with Margaret M. Johnson

Saturday, March 23 at 12pm

The Nathaniel Rogers House

2539 Montauk Hwy., BH, NY 11932

Join us for a taste of the Emerald Isle and hear author Margaret M. Johnson talk about her travels and how these recipes came to be.

RSVP – $20 per person


The Swashbuckling History of Women in Piracy with Tara Rider, Ph.D.

Saturday, March 30 at 5pm

The Nathaniel Rogers House

2539 Montauk Hwy., BH, NY 11932

Come explore the history of these notorious female pirates and decide whether they were rogues, she-devils, or trailblazers?

RSVP – FREE Admission


Making Long Island: A History of Growth

& the American Dream with Larry Samuel

Saturday, April 13 at 5pm

The Nathaniel Rogers House

2539 Montauk Hwy., BH, NY 11932

Learn the fascinating story of development on Long Island

and all of its ups and downs from the 1920s to the 1980s.

RSVP – FREE Admission


The Heritage Trees:

Southampton’s Historic Natural Landmarks

Wednesday, April 24 at 5pm

The Nathaniel Rogers House

2539 Montauk Hwy., BH, NY 11932

Southampton Town Historian Julie Greene joins us to talk

about some historic landmarks many are not aware of.

RSVP – FREE Admission


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The Bridgehampton Museum

PO Box 977

Bridgehampton, NY 11932


(631) 537-1088



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