The Stony Brook Grist Mill c. 1751

  The Stony Brook Grist Mill, Long Island’s most completely equipped working mill, is listed on the National and New York State Register of Historic Places. The Stony Brook Grist Mill has been a community structure of the Three Village area for over 300 years. During the late 1800s, a vineyard was planted on the […]

T. Bayles Minuse Mill Pond and Park

Across the road from the Stony Brook Grist Mill is one of Long Island’s environmental treasures. The eleven-acre Mill Pond, or Lower Pond, is spring fed from the Upper Pond located on Rhododendron Road. an indigenous group called the Setalcott called this aquatic linkage ‘Cutsgunsuck’ which translates as “brook laden with stones” or Stony Brook, […]

Stony Brook Village Center

The Stony Brook Village Center, located at Main Street on the Harbor, is the creation of philanthropist Ward Melville and was recognized as the first planned business center in the United States. Its many unique features include a sweeping village green and crescent-shaped design. In its early years, the American Institute of Architects hosted an […]

Erwin J. Ernst Marine Conservation Center

Explore the 88-acre wetlands preserve around Stony Brook Village. You will delight in the land and seascapes of blossoming trees, grasses, waterways and bird life that only can be found in Spring on this pristine eastern section of Long Island’s North Shore.  The Ernst Marine Conservation Center is happy to host fun and educational field […]

The Long Island Music and Entertainment Hall of Fame

The Long Island Music and Entertainment Hall of Fame is proud to open its doors to an awe-inspiring new facility in Stony Brook, NY that is dedicated to the recognition, honor, and preservation of Long Island’s music and entertainment heritage. Since 2004, their organization has Inducted over 120 music artists and related professionals who will […]