this is a treasure and the people who work there are as good as gold. I went on a chilly willy tour and was just so impressed I want to tell everyone to go when they reopen.
We visited the Bronck House and Museum on the last day of their 2016 season. Our tour guide and museum curator explained the history of the house which was owned by 8 generations of the same family from 1663 until 1939 when it was donated to the Greene County Historical Society. Our guide was incredibly knowledgeable, and presented information about... 更多
I was only working a half day at the Martin Van Buren NHS today in neighboring Kinderhook, NY, so I thought that I would take a trip across the Hudson River to the west bank and historic Coxsackie, NY. Humorous place names and Archer references aside, this is a truly unique site, and well worth an afternoon jaunt. The Bronck... 更多
Even if you have a passing interest in history, check out the Bronk Museum. It's a real gem. It includes the oldest existing house in New York State. Nearly 100 years older than most historical structures. Our tour guide was excellent. So knowledgeable and able to impart a lot of information in an interesting way. I feel like I learned... 更多
This was quite interesting - several buildings on the properties and an octagon shaped barn - that was built without nails. It is very large. The Bronx was named for the Bronck family which originally came from the Bronx.
The people who work there are well versed in the items displayed and enjoy their tours. These people live here in the area and are members of the local historical society. They have been given awards. We are proud of them. A local historical society lecture is always interesting as well. Many of the members have lived here all their... 更多
A really interesting house, one of the earliest Dutch houses extant, the curator told great stories, the architecture of the... 更多
Visited when my children were in Elementary school--a great trip for school groups. Several interesting tours & presentations are offered... 更多