The William T. Lauder Museum, built up in 1973, is worked by the Amityville Historical Society as a group, social and instructive organization. The Museum gives an alluring home, where the memorabilia of Amityville's past might be gathered, saved and shown. The Historical Society endeavors to empower enthusiasm for the protection of our group's history and to guarantee a methods whereby future ages can identify with the past.
A Historical Research Library is housed in the Museum to give a special gathering of composed works identifying with the historical backdrop of the neighborhood. The advancement and development of this exceptional Library has ended up being a vital asset for the investigation of group history.