Amityville is great city to visit. That city offered: the Triangle - The fork of Broadway and Park Avenue, alongside Ireland Place make a triangular plot of land at the focal point of the town. The Triangle building was worked in 1892, that year that Ireland Place opened. A gazebo was added toward the north purpose of The Triangle before 1988.
The Amityville Historical Society opened the Lauder Museum in 1972. In 1994, The Triangle was authoritatively assigned "Remembrance Triangle" in memory of all who have served the town. The Lauder Museum is situated at the side of Broadway and Ireland Place, only south of The Triangle. The noteworthy building was worked for the Bank of Amityville in 1909.