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Bronck Museum features what may be the oldest dwelling in upstate New York with a design illustrating changes in early architectural styles.
An exhibit on Greater Troy's industrial history is housed in the former office of the Burden Iron Works, constructed between 1881 and 1882.
Clermont offers a glimpse into seven generations of the prominent Livingston family, with grounds that afford superb views and settings.
Clove Furnace Site is a 19th-century blast furnace and a small museum about iron making in the Hudson River Valley.
D&H Canal Museum commemorates the Delaware & Hudson Canal built from the coalfields of Pennsylvania to the Hudson River in the 1820s.
Gomez Mill House is the oldest Jewish residence in the North America with furnishings reflecting its occupancy by five families.
Harness Racing Museum pays tribute to racing horses and the men and women who have bred, trained, and raced them.
Troy's elegant Hart-Cluett House is an excellent example of a late Federal-style urban townhouse, built between 1825 and 1827 for banker Richard Hart.
The Hudson River Maritime Museum is the only museum in New York State exclusively preserving the maritime history of the Hudson River.
Locust Grove was the country estate of telegraph pioneer Samuel F.B. Morse and the first Hudson River estate to be designated a National Historic Landmark