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Come Visit Us!
If you are interested in history and art there are many ways to get involved. Join us for a visit, an event, art show, special exhibit or lend a helping hand by volunteering.
The Water Mill Museum will adhere to the CDC and local town guidelines regarding COVID-19 safety practices.
Membership is $25 for an Individual and $30 for a family per year. Receive 10% off in the Museum Shoppe, and waived entry fee for artists exhibiting in Annual Members Art Show.Membership Options
Donate or pledge support to help preserve the rich history of Water Mill and help with restoration.Ways to support
Help us preserve local history and support artists by joining a wonderful group of passionate people.Volunteering Opportunities
Come visit us to learn about local history. Join us for an event bring your friends and family!Visit Us
Our Places & Spaces
The second floor at The Mill exhibits Water Mill’s first post office, local agricultural history, and Memorial of the men and women who served their…
Uncle Fred's Workshop
Uncles Fred’s workshop where Fred Bendicit worked on all his amazing activities until 1952. A place where he tinkered, designed, and met with summer visitors.
The early settlers depended on herbs and spices for medicinal and culinary uses.
The main floor exhibits tools that built the mills, the gears & grinding platform, the seapoose, history of the mill, changing exhibits and the museum…
Corwith Wind Mill
This historic landmark sits on the Village Green in Water Mill, welcoming residents and visitors alike, as they pass through this quiet hamlet. Stop by…
Outdoor deck is where we hold children’s activities and small receptions. It also is a nice place to sit and enjoy our Colonial garden.
The Benedict Potting Shed is used for making pottery and houses the Clay Art Guild of the Hamptons.
The gift shoppe is curated to offer Water Mill gifts for all ages and interests.
Water Mill Museum Art Gallery
The museum art gallery features a changing display of the works of artists and quilters throughout the season.
Exhibitions, Events, & Experiences
Water Mill Museum – Open
May 26 | Museum open for the season
30th Annual Members’ Art Show
May 26 – June 12
Water Mill Museum’s & 30th Annual Members’ Art Show Opening Reception
June 4 | Opening Reception 4-7pm
Ann Lombardo-Solo Art Show “Off the Wall” Exhibit
June 16 – July 3
Water Mill Museum Ice Boating Exhibit
June 16 – October 9
Water Mill Museum Ice Boating Exhibit Reception
June 18 | Opening Reception 4-7pm
Ann Lombardo-Solo Art Show “Off the Wall” Reception
June 25 | Opening Reception 4–6pm
Good Ground Artists – “Happy at the Water Mill” Exhibit
July 7 – 24
Good Ground Artists Opening Reception
July 9 | Opening Reception 4-6pm
Water Mill Museum Ice Cream Social
July 21 7pm
East End Photographers Group – “New Visions” Exhibit
July 28 – August 14′
East End Photographers Group Opening Reception
July 30 | Opening Reception 4–6pm
Water Mill Museum – Bees in the Colonies Event
August 11 – 7-8:30pm
Water Mill Museum – 36th Annual Quilt Show & Sale
August 18 – September 4
Water Mill Museum – 37th Annual Quilt Show & Sale
Open Daily 11am-4pm, Closed Wednesdays, Sundays 1-4pm
A Call For Quilters! Join our 37th Annual Quilt Show & Sale in August, 2023.You are invited to show and sell your Quilts at our annual, very popular event, when we turn our Museum in to a giant Quilt Store for 3 weeks. To participate, watch for the registration form here on this site this Summer. For information right now, contact our Quilt Show expert, Ann Lombardo, at [email protected]
Thirty Squared Artists – “Summer Finale 2022” Exhibit
September 8 – 18
Thirty Squared Artists – “Summer Finale 2022” Opening Reception
September 10 | Opening Reception 4–7pm
Water Mill Museum Empty Bowls
October 8 | 11am – 2pm
Water Mill Museum – Closed
October 9 | Museum closed for the season
Water Mill Museum Annual Meeting
October 18 | At the Museum 4pm
All are welcome
What our visitors are saying about their experience
Wow! I haven’t been here since I was a kid. I forgot how great this place is!M. Wagner
My father used to take my mother here all the time, so I wanted to come by & see the mill.S. Brewster
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