Museum Village in Monroe, NY

MONROE – 2019 Museum Hours @ Museum Village


2019 Museum Hours


  • April 13th – May 24th (Open Sat & Sun ONLY) 11 am – 4 pm
  • April 21st (Easter Sunday) CLOSED
  • May 25th, 26th, 27th – Museum CLOSED for Memorial Day Weekend
  • June 1st – June 30th (Open Sat & Sun ONLY) 11 am – 4 pm
  • July 4th – Museum CLOSED (Independence Day)
  • July 7th – August 29th (Open Tues – Sun, Closed Mondays) 11 am – 4 pm
  • August 30th – Museum CLOSED
  • September 7th – November 10th (Open Sat & Sun ONLY) 11 am – 4 pm
  • December 7th – Christmas In The Village 12 – 5 pm



Daily Admission Rates

Special Event rates may vary 


  • Adult $14
  • Seniors $12
  • Children ( 4-12 ) $10
  • Children ( Under 4 )FREE!
  • Active Military FREE!
  • Veterans FREE!


Museum Village is a unique and inviting open-air historical museum which offers visitors the opportunity to explore vignettes of 19th century American life. Using a large collection of eclectic artifacts, the museum provides hands-on educational experiences and exhibits that illustrate the transition from a rural to an industrial culture and economy in America. We often have costumed interpreters here in our buildings to give a live presentation of the history here. We offer school class trips and summer tours. Visit the School House, Print shop, Broom Shop, Candle Shop, Blacksmith, Log Cabin, Weave Shop, Farm Tools, Firehouse, Livery, Drug Store, and Natural History Buildings, which has one of three complete mastodon skeletons in the world! Come see our farm animals, enjoy a walk around the Green and bring a picnic lunch or enjoy what we have to offer in our Snack Bar.



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MT. KISCO- 3D Printing for Kids Camo @ Katonah Art Center

In this STEAM camp, students will use the software Blender, to design and render their own 3D prototypes by printing them on our MakerBot printers.


MONDAY, July 1 – WEDNESDAY, July 3, 2019 

1 –  4 pm




MONDAY, August 5- FRIDAY, August 9, 2019 

9:30 am – 12:30 pm




For grades 1 – 5


KAC’s Kids Camp is a great alternative to full-day summer-long programs. The small camp groups enable students to receive individual attention in a warm, family-like atmosphere. All of KAC’s Art camps are one-week sessions with half-day, full-day and extended-day options.

Campers should dress for a mess and bring a snack each day as we have a small “recess” outside, with lawn games and crafts. Full-day campers should also bring a lunch to be escorted to lunch and their next afternoon camp. See Camp FAQs for more info.

Please note: Subjects listed are options – choose one subject for each half-day weekly session. Materials are included for all camps, except where noted in the camp descriptions.


Weekly Camp Session Rates:

Half-Day $360; Full-Day $720

(week of July 4: Half-Day $213 / Full-Day $432)


Extended Day Option: 

Morning: 8:30 – 9:30 am, $15/day

Afternoon: 4 – 5:30 pm, $20/day

Please call the KAC office at 914-232-4843 to register for extended day.



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AMENIA – Sleepaway Summer Program for Kids with Special Needs @ Maplebrook School


The Summer Program at Maplebrook offers students a chance at a fun-filled 2-6 weeks of strengthening social skills while maintaining an academic edge throughout the summer break.


Sunday, June 30th –  Saturday, August 10th 2019


Maplebrook’s Summer Program has two different tracks:


  • An Academy track for younger students, ages 11-16, and,
  • A Postsecondary track for older students, ages 17-21


Mornings are spent by both groups working on academic skills. Academy students have afternoons set aside for activities—like local hikes, making ice cream, swimming, and educational field trips—while Postsecondary summer students spend their afternoons in work placements. All students have time scheduled in the evenings for Independent Living Skills and Recreation.





Maplebrook summer students spend their weekends exploring and enjoying the enchanting Northeast. Past summer weekend trip destinations include:


  • Brattleboro, VT
  • White Mountains, NH
  • Poconos, PA
  • Lake Compounce Theme & Water Park
  • Tidewater Environmental Center on the Hudson River
  • Jellystone Park in Greenfield Park and North Hudson, NY
  • Old Sturbridge Village
  • Sharon Playhouse – a local theater in Sharon, CT



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GARDINER – FREE Gardiner Open Studio Tour (GOST) Summer 2019


Artists’ open their studio doors so visitors can get a rare look ‘behind the scenes during Gardiner Open Studio Tour (GOST) 2019!


Saturday June, 15th


Sunday, June 16, 2019

10 am – 5 pm



Don’t miss this opportunity to meet the artists during this free, self-guided tour where they create! Learn about their process and take home a unique treasure from your time in beautiful Gardiner, NY!


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NEWBURGH – Washington’s Headquarters:Paper Box Mystery @ Palisades Parks Conservancy

While working on the Hasbrouck House roof and chimney, a small paper box was found. Carefully opening the box, conservator’s at Washington’s Headquarters discovered a ring and thimble.

Find out more about this mysterious find, and learn what the curators do to research these and other items to place them into historical context.

Program is FREE with museum admission: $4/adults; $3/students & seniors; children 12 & under free!