Ketcham Inn Foundation, Inc. interprets over 324 years of history on Long Islands South Shore. Established in 1989, the Foundation developed a mission to restore the Terry-Ketcham Inn, a settlement site, resident blacksmith, social center, meeting house, former stagecoach stop between Manhattan and Sag Harbor during the 18th and 19th century. Today a well established living History Museum and Cultural Center for the education of American heritage.
History of the Ketcham Inn
Further information, click fineartistmade to read the corresponding letters to the above video written by Patrick Mealey & Joyce Jackson.
Volunteer Assistance Makes a Difference
As always, our many thanks go out to you, our supporters and volunteers. We appreciate all your efforts. If you or a family member or friend has time to spare and would enjoy helping us keep our goals of sustaining the Inn as a House Museum and Cultural Center, call 631-878-1855, email firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by. Volunteer's to act as docents, colonial artisans, musicians, and help at the Book Barn, Museum Shop and our gardens. "Volunteer assistance makes a difference" and we thank you.