Bay House Tours July 23 at 11 am
In the Town of Hempstead 30 bay houses once stood on island marshlands, originally built by fishermen and baymen that have been passed down from generation to generation. After Superstorm Sandy only 14 remained, with many damaged. We will be visiting two of the survivors on each trip. The owners are repairing their historic houses, now considered eligible for listing on the National Register of Historic Places.
Take a tour on a small vessel for the 1½ hour trip to these historic houses. Tours will take place on July 23 and August 20 departing from Freeport.
Long Island Traditions members can register beginning May 9 at 11am. All others can register beginning May 24. To become a member click here (use membership link). Only telephone reservations are accepted. Ticket limit 2/per person. For reservations call LI Traditions at (516) 767-8803.
Due to safety concerns space is limited to 12 people per trip ages 10 and up. Participants must be able to climb ladders and feel comfortable in a work environment.