Museum Village
Museum Village Road
1010 Route 17M
Monroe, NY 10950
(845) 782-8247/48 • 782-8248 Groups

Museum Village offers the opportunity for visitors to see, touch, hear, and understand life in 19th century America.

The beautiful 17 acre site includes a

  • Weave Shop
  • Log Cabin
  • Blacksmith
  • Energy Building
  • Pharmacy
  • General Store
  • School House
  • and much, much more.

Amongst other exhibits, the Natural History Building features a mastodon called Harry -- one of the three most complete specimens in the world.

An excellent resource for the family, Museum Village also offers a full calendar of special events throughout the season. Visitors can enjoy a Civil War Reenactment, a Thanksgiving Tasting, Firefighters Day, Christmas in the Village, and many other exciting, educational events. Visit the official website linked above for up to the minute news

As a non - profit educational institution, Museum Village offers several excellent School Programs for all grades. The newsest offering, The Village Sampler, allows students to experience hands-on learning in staffed buildings. Churning butter, using mortar and pestle, operating an old fashioned printed, and dipping candles are just some of the activities they will enjoy.

Hours: Museum Village officially opens to the general public around springtime and closes in early winter. Call for the current schedule or visit the official website, linked above. There may be additional hours for groups with reservations. School Outreach Programs are available throughout the year. Call for details.
Adults $10.00
Children 4 - 12 $8.00
Seniors 65 and older $8.00
Children under 4 FREE
Special events pricing may vary. Call for details. Call to confirm before visiting.
Groups: N/A.
Group Reservations: At least 4 weeks ahead. 
Lunch: Picnic grounds and refreshments available.
Handicapped Access: Mostly accessible. 
Directions: I-87 to Exit 16. Route 17 West to Exit 129. Museum Village can be seen from the highway. Follow signs. 1 hour 15 min.

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