Built in the 1760’s, historic Hill-Hold and Brick House Museums reflect the lives of two family homesteads in the New York State Hudson River Valley. Both museums are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Hill-Hold Museum is located in Campbell Hall, New York. Built in 1769, the historic stone farmhouse has a working farm, a one-room schoolhouse, summer kitchen, herb garden, smoke house, historic barn, and farm animal exhibits. Learn more about Hill-Hold.
Brick House Museum, located in Montgomery, New York, was built in 1768. Visitors can stroll across tree-shaded lawns and tour the country mansion that was home to seven generations of the Hill family. Learn more about Brick House.
Saturday, November 14
Thanksgiving Tour of Brick House
Please join us for our Annual Brick House Thanksgiving Tour, from noon to 4:00 p.m. on Saturday, November 14th.
Each of the rooms at Brick House will be decorated with autumnal arrangements and the dining room will be set for a sumptuous Thanksgiving dinner. The original downstairs kitchen will feature items from the Goosetown Gift Shop and light refreshments.
The Brick House homestead was built in 1768 by Nathaniel Hill. The original carriage road will lead you to the house. The elegant Georgian style house and its adjoining farmland were passed down from father to son for 200 years. The house reflects seven generations of family furnishings ranging from Chippendale to Classical to Victorian.
For more information about the Brick House Thanksgiving Tour, please contact Orange County Parks at 845-615-3830.
Admission is $2 per child and $3 per adult.