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Art and Culture

Boswell Museum of Music
Route 20, East Springfield
phone: (607) 264-3321
The Boswell Museum of Music is listed on the State and National Register of Historic Places. The museum houses a collection of furnishings, clothing, magazines, newspapers, photographs, records, films, sheet music and radio memorabilia, all pertaining to music.

Thomas Cole National Historic Site
218 Spring Street, Catskill
phone:  (518) 943-7465
Buildings on this estate date to 1815, and an art college was founded here in 1836. Visitors can enjoy a scenic view of the Catskills and the peaceful grounds of the estate, as well as art exhibitions and period relics. Special readings and lectures take place here periodically.

Historic Buildings

Caverns Creek Grist Mill
259 Caverns Road, Howes Cave
phone: (518) 296-8448
This historic grist mill, built in 1816, offers visitors a glimpse of what pioneer life was like. The museum features educational and historic exhibits, as well as a nature walk along the mill.

Hanford Mills Museum-Meredith
73 County Highway 12, E. Merideth
phone: (607) 278-5744
In 1973 Hanford Mills Museum was chartered by the State of New York. Its significance as one of the last 19th century mills to survive intact earned it a place on the State and National Registers of Historic Places.

Hunting Tavern Museum
Main Street in Andes
phone: (845) 676-3775 (appt only)
The Andes Society for History and Culture is a not for profit educational corporation established in 1975 for the purpose of promoting the history of Andes and the surrounding area and to provide diverse educational and cultural programming.

Old Stone Fort Museum
145 Fort Road, Schoharie
phone: (518) 295-7192
The Old Stone Fort was built in 1772 as a church. During the American Revolution, it was fortified by patriots and garrisoned by militia. In 1780 the fort was attacked by an army of 800 Loyalists and Indians.

The 1743 Palatine House Museum
Spring Street, Schoharie
phone: (218) 295-7505
This building was built by German settlers for their minister, Peter Nicholas Sommers, who traveled from Hamburg, Germany to Schoharie in 1743. The house is now a living museum offering guided tours of the house and grounds, giving visitors an idea of what colonial life was like.

Museums and Societies

Chenango County Historical Museum
45 Rexford Street, Norwich
phone: (607) 334-9227
The Chenango County Historical Museum features the handcrafts of the County's early settlers, exhibits on the County's industries and artifacts and history relating to the early railroads and Chenango Canal. There are three floors of exhibits including an antique balloon basket, hair wreaths, toys, a real oxcart, farm and home gadgets and Civil War Officer's desk.

Delaware County Historical Association
46549 State Highway 10, Delhi
phone: (607) 746-3849
The Delaware County Historical Association preserves and presents the history of the county through exhibits, programs, publications and several historical buildings located on-site.

FASNY Museum of Firefighting
117 Harry Howard Avenue, Hudson
phone: (877) 347-3687
The FASNY Museum of Firefighting is one of the world's largest firefighting museums, displaying fire apparatus, equipment and memorabilia in over 50,000 square feet of space. A number of historic fire engines are on display.

Fleischmanns Museum of Memories-Fleischmanns
1017 Main Street, Fleishmanns
phone: (845) 254-4581
The building's graceful architecture, stone fireplace, pillared entrance, and ornate windows welcome visitors to one of the few libraries in the Catskill region built specifically for use as a library.

Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum
4079 Albany Post Road,  Hyde Park
phone: (845) 486-7770
The Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum was created to preserve and make available the papers from Roosevelt's political career, including those from his positions as New York State Senator, Assistant Secretary of the Navy, Governor of New York and President of the United States.

Holocaust Museum and Study Center
17 South Madison Avenue, Spring Valley
phone: (845) 356-2700
The Holocaust Museum and Study Center explores the history of the Holocaust with a variety of exhibits emphasizing commemoration with compassion and authenticity.

Irish American Heritage Museum
2267 Rte.145, East Durham
phone: (518) 634-7497
Discover the Irish Heritage in America through a variety of programs and activities. Exhibits, family presentations, a research library, and lectures are offered. There is also an all Irish gift shop on the premises.

Iroquois Indian Museum
324 Caverns Road, Howes Cave
phone: (518) 296-8949
The Iroquois Indian Museum is an educational institution dedicated to fostering understanding of Iroquois culture using Iroquois art as a window to that culture.

Mid-Hudson Children's Museum
75 North Water Street, Poughkeepsie
phone: (845) 471-0589
This museum is open from 11am to 5pm on Tuesday through Sunday, except for holidays. The museum exhibits numerous hands-on exhibits aimed at awakening intellectual curiosity in children.

New York State Civilian Conservation Corps Museum
18 CCC Rd (Gilbert State Park),  Laurens
phone: (607) 432-2114
The New York State Civilian Conservation Corps Museum is open from Memorial Day until Labor Day and features over 3,000 pictures, tools and memorabilia related to the Civilian Conservation Corps era.

Neversink Valley Area Museum
26 Hoag Road (off Route 209) in Cuddebackville
phone: (845) 754-8870
Located in the D&H Canal Park, this museum offers a self-guided walking tours of the canal, historical exhibitions, children's D&H Canal Boat Activity Center and an exhibit on blacksmithing.

Planes, Trains and Automobiles

Bullthistle Model Railroad Museum
33 Rexford Street, Norwich
phone: (607) 336-4166
The Bullthistle Model Railroad Museum has created participatory and educational exhibits to depict the effect of railroads on the people and economy of Chenango County.

Empire State Railway Museum
Station Road, Phoenicia
phone: (845) 688-7501
Housed in the former Delaware & Ulster Train Station, this museum preserves the time from the mid-1800s to the mid-1900s when steam locomotives traversed the hilly Catskill Mountains railroads. Restored rail cars, vintage rail equipment and historical photographs are all on display here.

Leatherstocking Railway Museum
East Main Street, Milford
phone: (607) 432-2429
The Leatherstocking Railway Museum is run by the Leatherstocking Railway Historical Society. The museum displays railroad equipment and memorabilia. The museum also preserves railroad equipment, collects information about the railway in Otsego County and displays operating models in the museum.

Northeast Classic Car Museum
24 Rexford Street,  Norwich
phone: (607) 334-2886
The Northeast Classic Car Museum features a large collection of Franklin luxury cars. Nearly 125 classic cars and trucks are on display in seven exhibits.

Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome
9 Norton Road, Rhinebeck
phone: (845) 752-3200
See restored antique airplanes from 1900 to 1940. Ride in a classic 1929 New Standard open-cockpit biplane. The flights are 15 minutes long and are booked on a first come basis starting at 10am. Open May 15 - October 31 from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Weekend airshow from June 16 - October 14; Saturdays and Sundays at 2 p.m.

Schoharie Valley Railroad Museum
Depot Lane | Schoharie
phone: (518) 295-7505
This site on the National Register of Historic Places features a restored 1891 passenger car, a restored 1917 wooden caboose, two period box cars and the historic Schoharie Valley Railroad Depot.

The Trolley Museum of New York
89 East Strand, Kingston
phone: (845) 331-3399
The Trolley Museum of New York chronicles the importance of rail travel to the Hudson River Valley over the years.

Walton Carriage Museum
1216 Lower Third Brook Road,  Walton
phone: (607) 865-4420
A private collection of 16 horse-drawn vehicles from the 19th and early 20th centuries are on display at Healing Waters Farms. The museum and visitor's center are open from April to December.



The National Baseball Hall of Fame
25 Main Street, Cooperstown
phone: (607) 547-7200
The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum collections feature more than 38,000 three-dimensional items, three million books and documents and 500,000 photographs. The Museum tells visitors the story of baseball through its three-story timeline, with the majestic Plaque Gallery serving as a centerpiece.

Catskill Fly Fishing Center and Museum
1031 Old Route 17, Livingston Manor
phone: (845) 439-4810
The Catskill Fly Fishing Center and Museum features unique cane rods, as well as fly fishing tools and flies from the past.

Harness Racing Museum and Hall of Fame
240 Main Street,  Goshen
phone: (845) 294-6330
The Harness Racing Museum and Hall of Fame features a variety of artwork, memorabilia, photographs and artifacts relating to the history of horse racing. The library features over 2,000 books and 2,000 videos on harness racing.