Museums in Newburgh, NY

Find museums in Newburgh, NY. Listings include Motorcyclepedia Museum, Ted's Cycle Shed, Washington's Headquarters State Historic Site, Historical Society of Newburgh Bay and the Highlands, The Velocipede and Black History Committee of the Hudson Valley. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.

  • 11/10/20
    A Day in History- In November, 1963, the Newburgh-Beacon Ferry made its last crossing of the Hudson River. People were allowed a one-way voyage and a return trip on the tall new bridge. Soon, both t...
    > Historical Society of Newburgh Bay and the Hi
  • 11/07/20
    Today's Hidden Gem: 1973 Harley Davidson NOW THIS IS AMAZING!!This Digger Custom is stylishly named "Street Survivor". Arlen Ness was the inspiration behind this design and was even purchased in th...
    > Motorcyclepedia Museum
  • 11/01/20
    Today's Hidden Gem: 2009 Harley Davidson XR1200 LOOK AT THIS HARLEY! The V-twin motor is this bike’s centerpiece and is marvelous especially because it manages to look small, just like on the origina...
    > Motorcyclepedia Museum
  • 10/31/20
    Today's Hidden Gem: 1900 Perfecta Tricycle COME ON BY TODAY! Perfecta cycles were manufactured by Alexandre Darracq’s factories in the village of Suresnes (department of Seine) near Paris. It is one ...
    > Motorcyclepedia Museum
  • 10/30/20
    Have you heard about what’s coming to Motorcyclepedia Museum?! Dinosaurs! Bring the whole family.
    > Ted's Cycle Shed
  • 10/30/20
    The Johnes Home for Aged Couples opened on Balmville Road in October, 1936. It was built with a bequest from Mrs. Mary Beers Johnes who provided for her own home on Balmville Road to be demolished to ...
    > Historical Society of Newburgh Bay and the Hi
  • 10/29/20
    WANTED: A WORTHY CANDIDATE FOR THE 2021 “MARTHA WASHINGTON WOMAN OF HISTORY AWARD” Each year, Washington’s Headquarters State Historic Site selects a recipient for the Martha Washington Woman of Hist...
    > Washington's Headquarters State Historic Site
  • 10/29/20
    WASHINGTON’S HEADQUARTERS STARTS FALL/WINTER HOURS NOVEMBER 6TH Seasonal changes also bring about changes at Washington’s Headquarters State Historic Site. The last day of extended hours, Wednesdays ...
    > Washington's Headquarters State Historic Site