Huntington Historical Society
The Huntington Historical Society has spent over 100 years protecting and interpreting more than 350 years of Huntington history; all of which is available at our Genealogy Library, Research Center, and Archives Collection. The Huntington Historical Society maintains five historic buildings and runs numerous outreach programs, including a monthly lecture program at the Conklin Barn, and our Apple and Sheep to Shawl Festivals at the Kissam House. In addition we host educational programs at both our Kissam and Conklin houses, as well as a summer camp for elementary aged children called Passport to the Past where children learn what it was like to live in colonial times.
The Huntington Historical Society shares its collections with the community by mounting rotating exhibits in the exhibit room at the Conklin house, at the Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Building, and in the Huntington Library.