Our student tours (led by volunteer docents) are one of the most exciting and important events at LongHouse. Approximately 3,000 students visit annually from Montauk to NYC.
We offer experiences that inspire and motivate, arouse curiosity,
astound and challenge students ranging in age from Pre-K through
Whether you request an hour tour, our most popular 1 ½ hr. tour or
decide to include on-site work -- we will work with you!
When one of our docents meets your group at the gate, we are
ready to become engaged with you in a way that meets your
educational goals and provides a wonderful experience for you and your students.
We are open year round to students and tours are free of charge.
Please book early as we generally have a busy spring season.
Click here to book a tour.
We will work with you to focus on your needs. Visits are always free of charge to educators and their students.
- Questions? Contact Selena at firstname.lastname@example.org
It’s time to announce and invite your participation in our 2020 Student Annual XIII!
The purpose of the Student Annual is to validate outstanding student work inspired by a class or student visit(s) to LongHouse during the 2019-2020 academic year. Teachers are asked to submit the best of individual or collective interpretations (small group, whole class or whole grade) for consideration.
If class trips aren’t possible, we will accept submissions by students who visit LongHouse on their own. Elementary-MS students will need to bring an adult; HS students can visit by themselves with prior permission. Arrange by calling LongHouse (631) 329-3568, or email Selena directly. There is no charge for a visit.
For more information on the Student Annual click here.
SCHOOLS & CAMPS WHO VISITED LONGHOUSE (please scroll down):
|Amagansett School||Montauk Public School|
|Amagansett School Summer Enrichment Program||Parrish Art Museum Summer Art Camp|
|The Art Farm on Wheels Summer Camp||Pierson High School|
|Bridgehampton School||Raynor Country Day School|
|Candlewood Middle School||Riverhead High School|
|Comsewogue High School||Ross School|
|East Hampton Home School Group||Ross School Summer Camp|
|East Hampton High School||Sagaponack School|
|East Hampton Middle School||
Sag Harbor Elementary School
|Eastern Long Island Academy of Applied Technology - Gary D. Bixhorn Technical Center||Sag Harbor Middle School|
|Edna Louise Spear Elementary School||Sappo School|
|Half Hollow Hills High School East and West||Shine Summer Camp|
|Hampton Bays Elementary School||Southampton Elementary School|
|Hampton Bays High School Life Skills Class||
Southampton Intermediate School
|Hayground School||Southampton Montessori School|
|Hicksville High School||Springs School|
|Islip Career Center||Tuckahoe School|
|John F. Kennedy High School||Wainscott School|
|John M. Marshall Elementary School||Westhampton Beach High School|
|Longwood High School|
Mepham High School