Established in 1988, the Levittown Historical Society & Museum is a nonprofit educational institution dedicated generally to the dissemination of historical knowledge and enhancement of literacy in the social sciences and specifically to the preservation of the legacy of William J. Levitt, the world-famous suburban town he and his family created for homecoming GI’s (and its “sister cities” throughout the globe), and the rural Long Island communities of Jerusalem and Island Trees that preceded it. To this end, the Society maintains an open-to-the-public museum at the Levittown Memorial Education Center.

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  1. Does anyone know the name of the pub that was on the corner site where Rikos Pizza is and before it was Faddy Malones? We are trying to remember. Thank you!


      1. Thank you so much! Loved the place! It drove me crazy trying to remember and you answered within a few hours! Wow!


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