Hallockville is listed on the National Register of Historic Places

and is a Riverhead Town Landmark dedicated to taking Long Island back

to its family farming roots and exploring their relevance today.

Hallockville is listed on the National Register of Historic Places

and is a Riverhead Town Landmark dedicated to taking Long Island back

to its family farming roots and exploring their relevance today.

Hallockville is listed on the National Register of Historic Places

and is a Riverhead Town Landmark dedicated to taking Long Island back

to its family farming roots and exploring their relevance today.

Hallockville is listed on the National Register of Historic Places

and is a Riverhead Town Landmark dedicated to taking Long Island back

to its family farming roots and exploring their relevance today.

Virtual Trail now open!

Walking around Hallockville Museum Farm may be like taking a step back in time, but the experience is now enhanced by futuristic technology.

Thanks to a grant from the Robert D.L. Gardiner Foundation Hallockville, located off Sound Avenue in Riverhead,  now offers visitors the chance to follow a high-tech, virtual Sustainability Trail. The trail makes use of informational guideposts that dot the grounds. Each sign is fitted with a QR code, the sort of black and white patterns found on products in stores. When scanned by a tour taker with a camera app on a smartphone, an audio narration will pop up along with photos or videos — in some cases, both.

Sustainability, recycling, and conservation are terms used in modern day conversation, but did you know that most farms in the 19th-century were models of sustainable living? The Hallock farm was no exception– virtually everything in the home and on the farm was recycled. reused, or repurposed after initial use. Almost nothing was ever wasted or thrown away, and that’s a lesson for today.

The museum’s new “Sustainability Trail” is a trip back to a time when sustainable living was truly a way of life. Along the way, you will meet Halsey Hallock and his family, the last to live in the old Homestead. They will tell you about the many sustainable practices used over 100 years ago– we hope this journey to the past will help you think about your own lifestyle today and in the future.

Click the picture above for more information on how to get started! 

Join our Hallockville Honeys!

Where Do Bees Spend Their Winter?
November 14 @ 9:30 am – 11:00 am

Discussion on over-wintering your bee hives with Master beekeeper Chris Kelly.

This event is FREE but pre-registration required. email info@hallockville.com.

Join us two very special weekends for a unique & one-of-a-kind event!

See historic Naugles Barn transformed into a winter wonderland and holiday shopping experience like no other!

All items are handmade by local artisans and craftspeople – items you cannot find anywhere else! Santas, tree ornaments, holiday home décor, baskets and fine gifts including handmade pottery pieces, plus stocking stuffers for everyone on your list!

Miss Ella’s Gift Shop is OPEN for the holiday season!

Hours: Weekdays 10-3; Weekends 12-3 (call ahead 631-298-5292)

Miss Ella’s Gift Shop offers a relaxed, small, crowd free shopping experience while supporting the farm’s mission.  Stop by and browse through local area books, t-shirts, hats, candles, local scene cards, Polish Pottery, vintage items, sewing project kits and more! Find that special gift for someone on your list!

OR: see our online store on Etsy! Items added weekly! https://www.etsy.com/shop/MissEllasGiftShop

Sponsor a Tree!

An opportunity to help Hallockville create natural habitats on the farm. Click the Tree for more information on how you can participate…

HALLOCKVILLE HELPERS!: Saturday November 14 & 21, Fall Clean up, rake leaves, mow, weed whack… 10 am – 2 pm groups. Bring your own tools, rakes, leaf blowers… dress appropriate for the weather, wear sturdy work shoes, hat, gloves, bring your own beverage! Families welcome!

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