Cortland, New York
Art, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Library
Limestone mansion, built by successful industrialist Chester F. Wickwire, is a symbol of the grandeur of the Victorian and Gilded ages.
Rochester, New York
General, History, Library, Military
We offer a detailed look at Civil War artillery and aircraft of WWII. In addition there are military items of all eras on display. We make extensive use of models and dioramas.
Elizabethtown, New York
History, Historical Society, Library
Blue Mountain Lake, New York
Culture, General, History, Library
The Adirondack Museum has been collecting for more than fifty years and will continue to collect into the future. The collections are as varied and diverse as the Adirondacks themselves. Each artifact represents a small piece of the Adirondack story.
Fine and Regional Art:
Three collections – fine art, decorative art, and photography – combine to create the largest repository of Adirondack art in the North Country.
Hogansburg, New York
Culture, General, History, Library
The Akwesasne Library and Cultural Center is a public library and museum that serves the people of Akwesasne, the surrounding communities and the visiting public by providing access to educational and cultural resources and services.
Staten Island, New York
Chazy, New York
Touring the three floors and period rooms of The Alice is like taking a trip back in time. Much of the Museum remains as Alice left it. The Colonial Kitchen shows how family life once centered around the hearth.
Belmont, New York
Almond, New York
General, History, Historic House, Historical Society
The Hagadorn House was built in the early 1830's by Jesse Angell, a prosperous merchant whose general store was located across the street from his house. By 1867, the house was occupied by the John Wetherby family. Their daughter, Cornelia Wetherby married William Hagadorn in 1869. They resided here with her parents. In 1872 the Wetherbys moved to their farm and the house became the Hagadorn home.
Kings Point, New York
History, Historic House, Military
The American Merchant Museum serves as a repository for the USMMA's extensive and valuable collection of marine art, ship models and nautical artifacts. The Museum's mission is to educate and inform visitors about the American merchant marine in a learning center for the regiment and public at large, to promote public interest in and understanding of our nation's merchant marine and to collect, preserve and exhibit historic items that represent our nation's rich seafaring heritage.
Astoria, New York
The American Museum of the Moving Image is dedicated to educating the public about the art, history, technique, and technology of film, television, and digital media and to examining their impact on culture and society.
New York, New York
Clayton, New York
Culture, General, History, Specialized
To collect, preserve, study and interpret objects related to the fresh water nautical history of small craft (less than 100') of North America, with emphasis on the St. Lawrence River and the surrounding area.
Plattsburgh, New York
General, History, Military, Specialized
We are dedicated to developing and operating the Battle of Plattsburgh Interpretive Center and War of 1812 Museum. In this effort we will collect, preserve and maintain appropriate artifacts and undertake a national education effort to publicize the significance of the Battle of Plattsburgh in the War of 1812 and our nation’s history.
Newark Valley, New York
Selkirk, New York
History, Historical Society
The Bethlehem Historical Association, located in the Cedar Hill Schoolhouse, features local history exhibits and offers speakers on a wide range of historic topics at their monthly meetings.
Bolton Landing, New York
Brooklyn, New York
Art, Children's, General, History, Library, Specialized
The Brooklyn Historical Society (BHS) is a museum, library and educational center dedicated to encouraging the exploration and appreciation of Brooklyn's rich heritage. BHS fulfills this mission by collecting, preserving and making available important materials representative of Brooklyn's diverse peoples and cultures both past and present. The Brooklyn Historical Society places the materials it collects in a meaningful context by presenting innovative exhibitions and public programs.