Explore what is considered to be one of America's most significant English Colonial farmsteads.
Built in 1680, Mulford Farm is a significant artifact to the Hamptons and is on the National Register of Historic Places. It is a remnant of the "family home" in colonial times and has changed little over the centuries, offering the public today a more accurate view of 17th-century living. Ownership of the house has remained within the Mulford family, providing scholars with the excellent opportunity to trace ancestral lineage.
Visitors can explore the house during the months of July and August.