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See a working colonial kitchen and a collection of artifacts from the Continental Army encampment of 1776-1783.
The house is believed to
be the model for the Wharton House in the James Fenimore Cooper
Changing exhibits on Fishkill
History and displays of artifacts from the American Revolution.
September 21 and 22,
Revolutionary War Weekend with an encampment and re-enactors, a
live cannon and colonial crafts people. The event is free on the
grounds of the museum.
The museum is open on Saturday and Sunday from 1-4 PM from June through the end of October.
It is gladly open by
Traveling west take exit 13S, go south on Route 9 under the overpass. Museum is on the left.
Admission is FREE but donations are welcome.
The museum has a gift shop.
President- Steve Lynch
Vice-Presidents- Jack Hale, Cliff Foley
Treasurer- Alexis Lynch
Recording Secretary- Amy Mackenzie
Corresponding Secretary- Elaine Peterberns
Trustees- Helga Mackenzie, Barbara Boers, Marty Byster, Sue
Dexter, Lynn Eberly, Anne Nagy.
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