In 2005, Gerson and Judith Leiber built a gallery to house their works of art and to chronicle their careers, offering an unparalleled retrospective of their creations over the past many decades.

The Leiber Collection, a magnificent Renaissance styled Palladian edifice, sits majestically in a sublime sculpture garden that borders six additional gardens, each designed by Gerson Leiber, in a style befitting the local geography. Considered by many to be the best kept secret of the Hamptons, you are in for a real treat as you peruse the exquisite jewel of a museum and explore the charming gardens.

We are now closed for the season. However, we are still offering group tours by appointment through December. If you would like to schedule a group tour, please email us at

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The Long Island Museum, a Smithsonian affiliate, will mount a dual exhibition of handbags by Judith Leiber and paintings by Gerson Leiber that will open on February 27 and run through June 4, 2017. The exhibition will be entitled “Brilliant Partners : Judith Leiber’s Handbags & The Art of Gerson Leiber”. The Museum is located at 1200 Route 25A in Stony Brook. It has long been an exhibition center for American history and art with a Long Island connection. The Museum’s website is

The Museum of Arts and Design (MAD), in New York City, will host a major exhibition of Judith Leiber handbags titled “Judith Leiber ~ Crafting a New York Story”. The exhibition will be on view from April 4 to September 17, 2017. MAD is highly regarded for its superb display and interpretation of contemporary and historic innovative art and design. The Museum is located at 2 Columbus Circle in Manhattan. Its website is

For further information phone (631) 329-3288 or email

The Leiber Collection is located at 446 Old Stone Highway in the East Hampton hamlet of Springs, New York. Click here for Directions.

The Leiber Collection is free and open to the public from Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day on Saturdays, Sundays and Wednesdays from 1 – 4pm, and at other times for group tours by appointment. For further information phone (631) 329-3288 or email: