On Culper Spy Day you will have the chance to visit the places where history was made and visit with area groups to learn all about the patriots who risked their lives to help win the Revolution. The Three Village area is full of hidden intrigue and stories of how Americas first spy ring came together secretly to provide General George Washington the information he needed to turn the tide of the American Revolution.
Build Your Own Revolutionary War Story! Start at whatever location you want. Go at your own pace.
Some activities and attractions include : Anna Smith Strongs Famed Clothesline, Invisible Ink Demonstrations, Author Book Signing, Miller Grinding Grain, Colonial Music, Hearth Cooking Demonstrations, Revolutionary War Artifacts, Blacksmith Demonstration, Original Culper Spy Ring Letters by George Washington, Lecture, Special Spy Themed Menu at Country House Restaurant, Revolutionary War Encampment, Battle Re-Enactments, Meet Samuel Culper Sr., Visit the Brewster House, Thompson House, Setauket and Stony Brook Grist Mill, Enjoy Childrens Activities and more!
In collaboration with : Tri-Spy Tours Three Village Historical Society The Ward Melville Heritage Organization Long Island Museum Country House Restaurant Emma S. Clark Memorial Library History Close at Hand Raynham Hall Museum Times Beacon Record News Media Setauket Presbyterian Church Caroline Church of Brookhaven Discover Long Island Stony Brook University Special Collections Drowned Meadow Cottage Museum Frank Melville Memorial Park Three Village Community Trust Sagtikos Manor Historical Society Smithtown Historical Society Ketcham Inn Foundation