Museums in Hudson, NY

Find museums in Hudson, NY. Listings include Olana State Historic Site, FASNY Museum of Firefighting, Prison Public Memory Project, Hudson Valley Old Time Power Association, Second Ward Foundation and The Shadowbox Shop : Exhibition Services and Fine Art Framing. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.

  • 06/27/19
    The pre-history of The Woodstock Festival begins at The Maverick. Herve White started The Maverick as an offshoot of Byrdcliffe in 1909. When the artists' commune ran out of money, they started produc...
    > Hudson Valley History
  • 06/24/19
    On June 4th, 1919, the 19th Amendment was passed by the U.S. Congress for women's right to vote (ratified August 18th, 1920). Since then, women around the nation have been more empowered than ever! To...
    > FASNY Museum of Firefighting
  • 06/21/19
    On June 4th, 1919, the 19th Amendment was passed by the U.S. Congress for women's right to vote (ratified August 18th, 1920). Since then, women around the nation have been more empowered than ever! To...
    > FASNY Museum of Firefighting
  • 06/19/19
    On June 4th, 1919, the 19th Amendment was passed by the U.S. Congress for women's right to vote (ratified August 18th, 1920). Since then, women around the nation have been more empowered than ever! To...
    > FASNY Museum of Firefighting
  • 06/18/19
    For today's "From the Archives", here is a beautiful painting of firematic objects. This painting, measuring 18" x 24.125", was made on a piece of wooden board. It features multicolored glass on a ca...
    > FASNY Museum of Firefighting
  • 06/17/19
    On June 4th, 1919, the 19th Amendment was passed by the U.S. Congress for women's right to vote (ratified August 18th, 1920). Since then, women around the nation have been more empowered than ever! To...
    > FASNY Museum of Firefighting
  • 06/15/19
    Over the years, there has been a number of historic blazes that made a lasting impact on firefighting as a whole. To begin this journey through time, we're detailing the tragedy of the General Slocum....
    > FASNY Museum of Firefighting