Putnam History Museum
The mission of the Putnam History Museum is to collect, preserve, interpret, and present the history of Putnam County, Philipstown, the West Point Foundry, and the Hudson Highlands.
Through exhibitions, programs, and events, the museum uses its collections to engage the community with the vibrant history of our region, and to foster greater understanding of the role it has played in the growth of our nation.
The Putnam History Museum’s outdoor exhibitions, are open dawn to dusk, year-round:
Currently on view:
- Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow, a New-York Historical Society Traveling Exhibition
- Seasons: Featuring Seasonal Historic Photos from the PHM’s Archival Collection
- West Point Foundry: Trailblazer of Industrial America
Museum is open seasonally, starting March