– Rocky Point Historical Society

The Noah Hallock Homestead circa 1905

The Rocky Point Annual Garden Tour will feature eight gardens including the historic Noah Hallock House garden and house tour. The Hallock House has a newly installed ReWild native plant rain garden, a new pollinator garden and kitchen garden in addition to the existing colonial herb garden. The other seven garden locations include hillside, woodland, moss, native, English and cottage gardens. Proceeds will go to the Rocky Point Civic Association and the Rocky Point Historical Society Noah Hallock House. Ticket details are on the flyer below. Please join us.


Come and take a peek at the ongoing restoration. Tours will be limited, at this time, to the Rocky Point Room, the Farm Room and the Radio Room. You can also visit our Gift Shop and walk the grounds. Come and see the Sandstone Blocks from the former Long Island Railroad Bridge over Hallock Landing Road. The Rain Garden project is on going and will be beautiful.

Guided tours of the Homestead are available on Saturdays from April through December on Saturdays 1-3pm.
Call (631) 744-1776 for group and school tours

MONTHLY HISTORIC PROGRAMS ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. held on the 2nd Thursday of the month at the VFW Hall on King Road. 7 PM.

Press the link to see a Rocky Point Slide Show: RPHS-NOV-5-2-1 2.pptx

Point of Light Award: Our lovely Natalie Aurucci-Stiefel, retired President of the Rocky Point Historical Society, was a 2023 honoree! The Rocky Point/Sound Beach Chamber of Commerce awarded her with the “Point of Light Award” for her years of work in the community! Congratulations, Natalie! We are in awe of all you have accomplished and what you continue to do for our community! 💖


We are the proud owners of the original red blocks that held up the the Railroad Bridge that went over Hallock Landing Road! When the line was discontinued, the bridge was dismantled in 1938 and the blocks were repurposed as a bulkhead for Hallock Landing Beach. They were removed from the beach during a Town drainage project, and we were lucky enough to obtain three for our garden. Sitting there you have a view of the Sound!

Restoration has begun on the Rocky Point Hallock Homestead!

Jeremiah McGiff of Wild Boar Restoration in Brookhaven hamlet discusses the process he will use to remove and restore the 18th-century windows at the Noah Hallock Homestead.  His work and other upcoming restoration is being funded by a matching grant from the Robert David Lion Gardiner Foundation.

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