Museums in Beacon, NY

Find museums in Beacon, NY. Listings include Dia:Beacon, Beacon Historical Society, Mount Gulian Historic Site, Fovea, Mount Gulian and Dia:Beacon. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.

Fovea

Fovea

162 Main St 2nd Floor At Hudson Beach Glas

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  • 11/05/20
    How exactly did James F. Brown vote? While James F. Brown notes when and where he voted, he did not explicitly record the candidates he voted for. However, he frequently mentions the Whig party and ...
    > Mount Gulian Historic Site
  • 11/03/20
    If you haven’t already, today is the last day to VOTE! James F. Brown surely would have and we hope that you too will cast your ballot today.
    > Mount Gulian Historic Site
  • 11/02/20
    It’s not too late to get your tickets for our fourth annual Beacons of History Awards to the Coris Family and Alps Sweet Shop. Our keynote speaker will be Dr. Armstead on the amazing life of James Bro...
    > Beacon Historical Society
  • 11/01/20
    In 1837, James Brown registered his vote in Fishkill NY. This was remarkable considering Brown was an African American former fugitive slave. Hear about his extraordinary life as a diarist and maste...
    > Beacon Historical Society
  • 10/31/20
    Happy Halloween! While costumes may be reused year to year, we wanted to share this special outfit from our collections. Originally worn in 1761 by Judith Crommelin Verplanck, in April 1901 Virginia D...
    > Mount Gulian Historic Site
  • 10/30/20
    Find out who is buried next to Evie Todd in this unmarked grave! Read the full story in our October newsletter. Become a member today to receive your copy. Visit www.Beaconhistorical.org.
    > Beacon Historical Society
  • 10/29/20
    Between the Summer of 1836 and winter of 1837, James F. Brown fulfilled the $250 property requirement necessary for full enfranchisement. From November 8, 1837 until his death, James voted each Novem...
    > Mount Gulian Historic Site
  • 10/27/20
    James F. Brown attained his freedom in 1827 after Daniel Crommelin Verplanck purchased his freedom from Susan Williams for $300. He worked as a paid employee of the Verplanck family for the next 40 y...
    > Mount Gulian Historic Site