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Our costumed docents will guide you through the 300 year old Manor House where you can view furniture, accessories and architectural styles of periods from the late 1600’s to the middle 1900’s. Your tour will take you through the first and second floors where, among the many rooms, you will see the bedroom where President George Washington slept on his tour through Long Island in 1790.
The house has been preserved just as it was left by the last proprietor of the Manor house, Robert David Lion Gardiner, when he moved his summer residence to East Hampton in 1963.