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Museum Of Firefighting – Firefighting As History & Culture

The Museum of Firefighting is the nation’s foremost repository of firefighting history. No other fire museum or private collection in North America offers the sheer depth and authenticity of the wheeled treasure to be found in every corner of this remarkable public gallery in Hudson, NY.

Lincoln Depot Museum

Located by Peekskill Bay on the east bank of the Hudson River, The Lincoln Depot Museum is a 3,000 square foot freight and passenger rail depot where President-elect Abraham Lincoln stopped to greet New Yorkers during his inaugural train ride between Springfield, IL and Washington, DC.

Historic Barns of Nipmoose & Wedding Venue

The Historic Barns of Nipmoose (the Scottish Barn, German Barn and Corn Crib) are extraordinary examples of early timber framed structures.

Friends Of Clermont – Clermont State Historic Site

The Friends of Clermont is a not-for-profit organization created to conserving the living legacy of Clermont State Historic Site in Germantown, NY.

Jay Heritage Center – American History & Education on the Sound

Jay Heritage Center is an educational campus offering programs about American History, Social Justice, Environmental Stewardship and Conservation.

Hudson River Museum – A Multi-Disciplinary Cultural Complex

The Hudson River Museum is a multi-disciplinary cultural complex that draws its identity from its site on the banks of the Hudson River in Yonkers, NY

Westchester Children’s Museum – An Opportunity To Nurture Curiosity

Westchester Children's Museum is a a light-filled, colorful, vibrant learning space filled with interactive exhibits not found anywhere else in this region.