History is everywhere in the Hudson Valley and varied enough to keep every history lover interested and engaged. From Early American to architectural and from natural to military, history is alive and easy to connect with in the Hudson Valley.
Time and the Valleys Museum is a living and interactive resource that preserves the past, educates, and ensures the uniqueness of the Rondout and Neversink watersheds.
Historic Huguenot Street is a National Historic Landmark District that contains 49 properties detailing a unique American history in New Paltz, New York.
The Senate House State Historic Site reflects the Dutch way of life in 18th century Kingston. It was the meeting place for the original NYS Senate.
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.
The Historic Barns of Nipmoose (the Scottish Barn, German Barn and Corn Crib) are extraordinary examples of early timber framed structures.
The Edna St. Vincent Millay Society mission is to illuminate the life and writings of Edna St. Vincent Millay and to preserve the character of Steepletop.
Jay Heritage Center is an educational campus offering programs about American History, Social Justice, Environmental Stewardship and Conservation.
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
Tucked away on 44 acres overlooking the Hudson River, Mount Gulian Historic Site is an 18th century Dutch Colonial Homestead located in Beacon, NY.