“A Community Lost to Time”
Open Sundays 1:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m. and by appointment
Admission: $5 Children, $8 Adults. Members Free.
(Includes both Chicken Hill and SPIES Exhibits)
At Setauket, the Chicken Hill neighborhood was a multi-national, multi-religious polyglot combining Eastern and Southern Europeans with Native Americans and African Americans. Its origins were mid-nineteenth century. It persisted until the early 1960’s when suburban development overtook the Three Villages.