Hudson River Guide Home

Hudson River Guide Interactive Maps

The Upper Hudson The Middle Hudson
Boat Ramps and Kayak Access Bridges and Ferries
Parks and Historic Sites River Railroad Stations

Search Hudson Sites

Bronck Museum

Historic Site

blank dot

The Bronck Museum is a National Historic Landmark and the Hudson Valley's oldest home. It is located in Coxsackie, New York and is believed to be the oldest surviving building in Upstate New York. The museum comprises a cluster of architecturally significant buildings that reflect more than 300 years of Upper Hudson Valley history. The tour begins with the approach taken by the first European settlers to the development of the American wilderness, and proceeds through the evolution of the Bronck farmstead as the environment, family life, and agricultural practice changed. The Bronck House, also known as the Pieter Bronck House, is a historic house museum west of Coxsackie in Greene County, New York. With a construction history dating to 1663, it is a well-preserved example of early Dutch and Swedish Colonial architecture.

Suggested Links

Click here for larger map and nearby sites.

Contact Information
90 County Rt. 42
Coxsackie, NY 12051