Tour our sites!

Preservation Long Island offers seasonal guided and self-guided tours of our four historic properties.

Joseph Lloyd Manor:
1 Lloyd Lane, Lloyd Harbor, NY 11724

Joseph Lloyd Manor served as the 18th-century manorial estate of the Lloyd family.  Jupiter Hammon (1711–before 1806), one of the first published African American writers, was one of the many people of African descent enslaved at the site.

Joseph Lloyd Manor schedule coming soon!

Sherwood-Jayne Farm:
55 Old Post Road, Seatuket, NY 11733

The 18th-century farmstead of William Jayne, a Loyalist during the American Revolution. In 1908, the property was purchased by Preservation Long Island’s founder, Howard Sherwood, who restored the house’s colonial appearance and furnished it with his collection of antiques.

Custom House:
The private residence of the Dering family and one of the earliest surviving custom houses in the United States. Here, merchants, whalers, and government officials enacted the country’s new system of trade and taxation in the bustling port of Sag Harbor.

Old Methodist Church/Exhibition Gallery:
161 Main Street, Cold Spring Harbor, NY 11724
Thursday – Sunday, 11am – 4pm, May 26 – October 8, 2023

The Old Methodist Church (1842) serves as Preservation Long Island’s Headquarters and Exhibition Gallery. There is a suggested $5 donation entrance fee. Currently on view: Blanket Statements: Long Island’s Early Weaving Industry.