Serving Museums, Historical Sites and Documentary Heritage Keepers in New York State
Greater Hudson Heritage Network serves member cultural organizations, their staffs, their boards and their communities in celebrated counties of the greater Hudson Valley - Metropolitan region, offering technical assistance, a resource network and professional development opportunities to advance the work of historians, historic house museums, heritage centers, historic sites, archives and libraries in this National Heritage Area.
History keepers are multifaceted and multicultural. They are archaeologists, architects, archivists, conservators, curators, educators, filmmakers, genealogy researchers, interpreters, preservationists, public historians, volunteers and all manner of consultants! GHHN's members collect, preserve and interpret the region's story in a diversity of sites amid urban, suburban and rural settings that span the 17th to 21st centuries.
Come, meet the heritages of communities from New York City to Albany through public and professional explorations of this uncommon region. Please join in! Let GHHN be your regional guide and history keepers' companion. Join your colleagues in the pursuit of quality stewardship, community documentation and 21st century interpretation, making history meaningful in the minds of the greater Hudson Valley.
GHHN provides a forum for dialogue among educational, cultural and tourism organizations collaborating to achieve a greater public access to the region.
GHHN encourages organizations to provide professional development opportunities for volunteers and to engage professional consultants to enhance the operations of historical societies and museums.
GHHN promotes participation in diverse, engaging programming and learning opportunities among our members and their public audiences.