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Rensselaer County Historical Society

  • 59 Second St Troy, NY 12180
  • East of Albany
  • Overview

    The Rensselaer County Historical Society is a dynamic non-profit, private educational organization established in 1927 to connect local history and heritage with contemporary life. Situated in the downtown Second Street Historic District in Troy, New York, the museum fulfills its mission from two adjacent 19th century townhouses -- the historic and architecturally significant Hart-Cluett House, which serves as a house museum, and the Carr Building, which houses programmatic and research functions. RCHS offers visitors and members a wide range of tours, exhibitions, educational programs and an extensive local history research library. We offer walking tours and provide elegant meeting spaces.Hours of operation are Noon-5 Tuesday through Saturday.Closed Sunday and MondayGeneral AdmissionAdults $5.00Seniors & Children $4.00Under 5 - FREE2006 Holiday Greens Show Please join us for our 50th Annual Greens Show in the Hart-Cluett House, decorations by The Van Rensselaer Garden Club. Thursday, Nov. 30 - Sunday, Dec. 3 Open daily 12 noon - 5 pm Family Night Thursday, Nov. 30, 5- 8 pm

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