Southold Historical Society’s volunteer-run

Treasure Exchange is reopening on July 1, 2021. 


Shoppers who have frequented the Treasure Exchange in the past know that it offers unique items and fun finds. Volunteers are busy creating the enjoyable environment that visitors have loved. But there is one difference. All of the merchandise being offered has been donated, so 100 percent of the proceeds will be retained by the museum. Not to worry, the volunteers still have the same high standards. The Society is taking this opportunity to broaden the selection at the Treasure Exchange as well. The classic gifts will still be available, jewelry, collectibles, art, etc. But shoppers will also be able to choose from items with a more modern feel.   
The Society is hoping that when their neighbors are redecorating or cleaning out the kitchen cabinets, they will donate their gently-used treasures to the Treasure Exchange. For a list of items they are seeking, please visit the Treasure Exchange page on the museum’s website. Donations (limited to 2 boxes) and will be accepted Wednesday, Thursday, Friday from 10-2. 
Shopping hours will be Thursday, Friday, Saturday 10am-4pm beginning July 1.
For more information on any other museum programs, please call 631.765.5500 or


June 10 from 3-5pm
Wine by the Vines @ Pellegrini Vineyards
June 19 at 8:30am
Annual Yard Sale on the Prince Building Porch
June 20 – July 31
Online Art Sale and Exhibition
July 1 at 4pm
“What’s Old is New!” Reopening Celebration
July 3 at 12:30pm
Brick Dedication
July 10 at 2pm
Mini-lecture about Stella Prince at Horton Point Lighthouse Lawn
July 24 – 25 9am-4pm
Antiques, Arts & Crafts Fair at Maple Lane Complex
July 24 at 2pm
Mini-lecture about Shipwrecks on Horton Point Lighthouse Lawn
July 3 – September 12 11:30am-4pm
Nautical Museum at Horton Point Lighthouse open Saturdays and Sundays
July 3 – September 12 1-4pm
Maple Lane Complex open Saturdays and Sundays
August 7 at 2pm
Mini-lecture on Rum-running on Horton Point Lighthouse Lawn
August 21 at 2pm
Mini-lecture “Cool Animals of Long Island Sound” on Horton Point Lighthouse Lawn




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