Colonel Jonathan Elmendorf House
52 Main Street
P.O. Box 1661
Hurley, New York 12443
(845) 338-1661
   

This exhibit tells the story of farming on the Hurley Flats and the crop transitions that have occurred over the centuries. The tools displayed represent the pre-motorized era. Many of the early Hurley images have never before been displayed in public. Familiar artifacts are on display as well as a rare Dutch sith and its companion tool the mathook.

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Undated photo of mechanical harvester used in Hurley fields, courtesy of Viola Opdahl

   

MUSEUM OPEN

MAY - OCTOBER

SATURDAYS

11 AM - 4 PM

SUNDAYS

1 PM - 4 PM

2016 CONTINUING EXHIBIT: HURLEY HARVEST:

BY HAND AND BY HORSE

  

Now accepting reservations for exhibit space at our all new

Hurley Harvest Festival
“A Dutch Market Day”

Date: Sunday, September 18, 2016-rain or shine-
Time: 11AM to 5PM (set-up 8:30AM-10:30AM)
Place: Hurley Heritage Museum and Main Street in Old Hurley, a
National Historic Landmark
Space available for:

Fresh Local Farm Products                Specialty Foods
Hand Crafted Goods                  Antiques
Food Trucks                       

Spend a fun and informative afternoon at the museum! Two events on Sunday, July 24!

      Sunday, July 24, at 1PM. Presentation: Medicine in the 1700s, by Dr. Jamal Mahdavian, surgeon, at the Hurley Heritage Society Museum, 52 Main St., Hurley.

Come find out about medicine in George Washington's day! Admission free.
Followed by:


      At 2PM, Guided walking tour of Main Street, Hurley, sponsored by the Hurley Heritage Society,. Meet at the museum grounds, 52 Main Street, Hurley., rain or shine.

See the exteriors of the ten colonial -era houses within walking distance of the museum, as well as other points of interest on this street designated as a National Historic Landmark. Admission: $5/ adults, children under 12, free For information, call 845-331-8852