Long before European settlers set foot on the land that would become New York, Indian nations had built thriving civilizations here. The culture and customs of these first inhabitants helped shape our great state and remain a powerful force today. Visitors can explore this history through art, artifacts and recreated structures.
A 1772 church, the Old Stone Fort Museum Complex in Schoharie was fortified and attacked during a Revolutionary War battle in 1780. Today it celebrates and preserves the rich, historic legacy of the... more
The path to the past and window into the future. An Agricultural & Country Living Museum featuring farm and home implements, and antiques of all kinds that revolutionized the American way of life.... more