Once destined for the wrecking ball, the Station is now a fully restored historic landmark. Nestled between the Vanderbilt and Roosevelt historic sites, our museum is a must-see for those touring or living in the Hudson Valley. Here you will experience the dawn of railroading in New York, the Commodore's legacy, Roosevelt's travels and today's busy Amtrak trains.
Part of the picturesque riverfront town park, our original 1880s freight house, is now a family and railfan picnic area with views of Amtrak's Empire Corridor trains and the majestic Hudson river.
The Station Museum, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is chock-full of displays, including the original waiting room, ticket office, and baggage room. Vivid historic photos line the walls.
We are the custodians of a collection of railroad and New York Central artifacts, advertising, and memorabilia. Many of our displays are for "hands-on education".
See areas of the Hudson Valley in miniature. Operate a locomotive through recreations of local places.