Don't Miss It: Quogue Holiday House Tour

The tour will take place on Saturday.

Credit: Quogue Historical Society
Credit: Quogue Historical Society

On Saturday, from 2:00 p.m. to 6 p.m., The Quogue Historical Society will present its annual Holiday House Tour, featuring five Quogue homes that are beautifully decorated for the holidays.

Among the homes is a house known as “The Old Revolution,” which was built circa 1730 as a simple shepherd’s cottage. An addition was added in 1790 and around 1910, it was called the Tea Shop at the Sign of the Blue Moon.  At one time, it was also believed to be part of the Foster family properties.         

The house tour will be followed by a cocktail party that will be held from 6:00 p.m. to 8 p.m. 

Gold Level Tickets, which include the house tour and cocktail party are $125; Silver Level Tickets, which include the house tour and cocktail party are $85; tickets for the house tour only are $40; and tickets for the cocktail party only are $40. Advance tickets are available at the The Lily Pad, 130 Jessup Avenue or online by clicking here.  

All proceeds benefit the Quogue Historical Society. 


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