Johnson Hall State Historic Site

Address 139 Hall Ave
Johnstown, NY 12095
Phone (518) 762-8712
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Hours Open May 14 through October 12. Wednesdays through Saturdays - 10 am to 5 pm; Sundays - 1 pm to 5 pm.
Themes Colonial History, Native Americans
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Sir William Johnson was the largest single landowner and most influential individual in the settlement of the Mohawk Valley. As the British-appointed Superintendent of Indian Affairs, he forged beneficial relationships with Native Americans, helping to stabilize the region. In 1763 he began planning a Georgian house of wood made to look like stone. Guests can tour the house and walk the grounds and gardens, imagining a time when Johnson Hall bustled with activity as a home and business headquarters.

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