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New York, New York
Natural History
Livingston Manor, New York
Culture, History, Historic House, Natural History
East Durham, New York
General, History, Library, Natural History
Please refer to www.hvnet.com/alist/alist_greene_durhamcentermuseum.htm. We could not have a better review if we had paid for it.
Glen Cove, New York
Anthropology, Natural History
Pawling, New York
Natural History
Cornwall, New York
Children's, Natural History, Nature Centers, Science
The Hudson Highlands Nature Museum operates two facilities, 1 1/2 miles apart, and also offers programs at schools and other locations throughout the region. The Hudson Highlands Nature Museum is a private non-profit institution dedicated to the natural and the cultural history of the Hudson Highlands. The Museum is located about an hour north of New York City, in the Hudson Highlands, which is the area where the Hudson River cuts through the Appalachian plateau.
Niagara Falls, New York
History, Historic House, Natural History, Science
Granville, New York
Children's, General, History, Historic House, Library, Natural History, Nature Centers, Science
The Pember Library and Museum were established in Granville, New York, in 1909, by Franklin Tanner Pember and his wife Ellen Wood Pember. Both institutions continue to operate in the building designed and built for this purpose. The Pember Library is housed on the first floor of the marble structure and the Pember Museum of Natural History is located on the second floor.
Granville, New York
Anthropology, Archaeology, Culture, General, History, Natural History, Nature Centers, Science, Specialized
The Pember Museum of Natural History and the Pember Nature Preserve provide programs, exhibits and activities for the people of eastern New York and western Vermont. It is the only institution of its kind in the region and serves large numbers of school children each year. The Museum and Preserve offer lectures, field trips, environmental studies, tours, hikes, day camps, outreach and many other special programs.
East Hebron, New York
Anthropology, Arboretum, Archaeology, Children's, General, History, Historic House, Natural History, Nature Centers, Park, Science
The Pember Nature Preserve, donated to the Pember Library and Museum in 1979, encompasses 125 acres of forest, wetland and fields on both sides of Black Creek, a tributary of the Battenkill. The mission of the Pember Nature Preserve is to provide a refuge for the region's native wildlife and plant species.
Saratoga Springs, New York
Natural History
A natural history park in Saratoga Springs, NY containing almost an acre of exposed Stromatolite fossils, formed as an ocean reef 500 million years ago. A National Natural Landmark since 1967 and a National Historic Landmark since 1999.
Jamestown, New York
Natural History
Staten Island, New York
Art, Culture, General, Historical Society, Natural History, Science
We are currently located at 75 Stuyvesant Place and will be moving to the Snug Harbor Cultural Center by 2009/2010.
Centerport, New York
Culture, Historic House, Natural History, Park, Planetarium, Science
The Vanderbilt built in three stages from 1910 until 1936 is a unique combination of historic estate and mansion, marine and natural-history museum, planetarium and park. William K. Vanderbilt II called his estate Eagles Nest. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, it is home to the Vanderbilt Museum.
Cutchoge, New York
Archaeology, Children's, Natural History, Nature Centers
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