Cape Vincent, New York
New York, New York
Livingston Manor, New York
Culture, History, Historic House, Natural History
Cattaraugus, New York
Glens Falls, New York
Cherry Valley, New York
Chester, New York
Culture, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Specialized
James K. Polk was president of the United States; the Mexican War was in the making and the rails of the Erie Railroad had been in use but two years when on August 23, 1845 a few residents of this agricultural community met together and organized a bank to provide for the financial needs of the growing hamlet.
New York, New York
Anthropology, Archaeology, Art, Children's, Culture, General, History, Science
The website has been redirected to a Japanese company and the phone is disconnected. Only a Facebook link still exist for this listing. We can not verify that that this facility is still operational.
Albertson, New York
Arboretum, Botanical Garden, Children's, General, History, Nature Centers, Specialized
Features 12 beautifully manicured acres of labeled gardens, trees, ponds and streams. Provides an oasis of peace, asethetic ejoyment and education for all ages. Plant sales in spring and autum.
Germantown, New York
Cold Spring Harbor, New York
Kinderhook, New York
Archaeology, Art, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library, Specialized
The Columbia County Historical Society includes a museum and library, as well as three additional historic properties open to the public.
West Point, New York
Culture, History, Historic House, Military
THE WARNER HOUSE
The lovely old house on Constitution Island was the home of the Warner family from 1836 to 1915. Susan and Anna Warner were well-known writers in the Nineteenth Century. Susan wrote The Wide, Wide World in 1850, which became a bestseller of its day. Anna is best known for writing the words to the hymn "Jesus Loves Me." The sisters taught Bible classes to West Point cadets for 40 years.
Corning, New York
Art, Culture, General, History, Science, Specialized
The Corning Museum of Glass is home to the world’s most comprehensive and celebrated collection of glass. The self-guided tour of the Museum begins in the Contemporary Glass Gallery and continues through the Glass Collection Galleries, showcasing more than 3,500 years of glass. It continues on to the Glass Innovation Center, which offers an interactive look at the way new discoveries in glass have changed the world.
Garden City, New York
Children's, Culture, History, Military
For over a century, from the first flights by frail biplanes on the Hempstead Plains, to man’s walking on the Moon, Long Island has been on the leading edge of America’s aviation and space adventure. Long Islanders have helped transform aviation from a spectator sport to a major means of commercial transportation. We have also produced a large portion of America’s aerial arsenal in time of war.