The Franklin Square Museum building was designed in 2000-2001 by the architectural firm of Angelo Francis Corva and Associates of West Hempstead, L.I. The Building is Georgian Revival in style, and refers to the famous Franklin Square National Bank building on Hempstead Turnpike. The plan includes a large exhibit hall, a research library and archives, a classroom-exhibit room, a small office and storage area.
Construction commenced on a new museum in 2006 on a site located in Rath Park in Franklin Square. As of 2009 the entire exterior of the building has been completed and work on the interior mechanical systems are underway. It is noteworthy to remember that the entire project has been funded largely by donations from local citizens at no cost to the Franklin Square taxpayer. We look forward to the grand opening sometime in Fall of 2020.