Check out Stone Harbor Museum’s educational and exciting exhibits!
The Bird Sanctuary at 110th Street has been a big part of Stone Harbor’s history.
Before she was a megastar, Taylor was singing in Stone Harbor.
Our collection of old bathing suits goes back to the turn of the last century.
Rufwud was built in 1914 and owned by one family who kept it in it’s original shape until it was sold in 2018. Many of it’s original contents were given to the Museum and are displayed here.
Our timeline goes back to the first deed for the island and picks up when the island was developed around 1900.
Our nautical room has a comet sailing boat that was built in Stone Harbor and lots more.
The Museum celebrates local businesses which have become historical icons.
The very heart of our museum is this extensive selection of binders which hold the history of the town, organized by topic. For the serious researchers or the interested visitors they are full of information that can engage one for hours.
Our archive committee meets every Thursday morning to keep up with current developments.