Warwick, New York
Ghent, New York
Southampton, New York
Orchard Park, New York
World's largest All Bicycle Museum. 95% American History at it's best. The story of the bicycle. It's invention, development and role in changing manufacturing, transportation (from the horse to the air and space), sport, recreation, women's emancipation and social life over the the last 200 years.
Peekskill, New York
History, Historic House
Artifact collections: cast iron stoves of 1800s, maps, documents, paintings
Research collections: Former Peekskill Evening Star newspaper catalogue of photographic negatives 1937-1970.
Services: Handicap accessible ramp
Pelham, New York
The Art Center was founded in 1972 and is a community based arts organization that gives area residents and visitors a place, the opportunity, and the resources to see, study and experience the cultural arts. Each year more than 16,000 people are served by many free and affordable programs including: exhibitions, classes, camp, performances,workshops,artist residencies, lectures and outreach programs.
Southampton, New York
Culture, History, Historic House, Historical Society
This is the only trade shop built in the 1600s in America that has been in continuous use and in its original location. Originally a dry goods store, it was purchased in 1717 by Francis Pelletreau who immigrated to Southampton from New York City to develop his business producing oil and candles from whales that drifted to Southampton beaches. His grandson Elias Pelletreau occupied the building between 1750 and 1810 making jewelry, shoe buckles, tankards, silverware, etc.
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.
New York, New York
Crown Point, New York
Church, Culture, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library, Military
Located on a 500-acre farm, the Penfield Homestead Museum exhibits objects from daily life in the mid-1800s. A pond-side walking tour will carry you by the ruins of a nineteenth-century iron town and the Congregational Church where its workers and their families worshipped.
We are a regional historical records repository, housing genealogical files, maps, church records, and business records of the Crown Point Iron Company.
Fairport, New York
Culture, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library
We are privileged to have the use of the former Fairport Public Library as home to the Perinton Historical Society and location of our collections and archives. This building is owned by the Village of Fairport and in 2008 was designated a landmark by the Village of Fairport Preservation Commission.
Waterloo, New York
Saratoga Springs, New York
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.
Yonkers, New York
Hamilton, New York
The Picker Art Gallery is housed in a Paul Rudolph designed building within the campus of Colgate University, a small liberal arts college in rural upstate New York. It owns about 12,000 objects and mounts up to seven exhibitions of historical and contemporary art per year. It serves the university community and communities from the surrounding area.