Historical Society of Rockland County
New City, NY
The Historical Society of Rockland County acquires, preserves, and exhibits objects, buildings, and sites which reflect primarily the history of Rockland County and the Lower Hudson Valley, and researches, documents, promotes, and publicizes the rich historical heritage of the county for the people of Rockland.
HSRC's facilities provide 14,000 sq. ft. of space divided into approximately 50% for public use, 34% for collections storage and 16% for administration. All public areas are wheelchair accessible. The buildings are located on 7 acres of landscaped grounds. HSRC owns 4 structures on 4 acres, and the town of Clarkstown loans an additional 3 acres for parking, nature trails, picnicking and as a buffer between the historic farm site and its immediate suburban community.
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