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YouthBoat Funds & Equipment Needed
HRMM Executive Director, Lisa Cline, announces a “pre-launch” fund drive for a new Riverport Wooden Boat School program – Riverport YouthBoat – designed for middle and high school students enrolled in alternative education programs. Read more . . .
Smooth Transition for Maritime Museum
There will be a changing of the guard at the Hudson River Maritime Museum this fall with Russell Lange stepping down from his position of Executive Director. Over the past several years, Lange has guided the Museum, stabilizing and strengthening the organization through a tremendous period of growth. Lange will resume his position on the Board. Read more . . .
HRMM & TMNY Commemorate 9/11
On Saturday, September 10 and Sunday, September 11, 2016, the Hudson River Maritime Museum and the Trolley Museum of New York will host a joint commemoration weekend to remember those lost in the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. Read more...
Clearwater is Sailing Once More
After undergoing the most massive and costly restoration in Clearwater’s history, the sloop is back in the water and sailing the Hudson River again. Read more...
Wanted: Spooky Stories of the Hudson!
The Hudson River Maritime is soliciting spooky stories, historic or personal, about or on the Hudson River in preparation for its upcoming Halloween event, "Legends of the Hudson River." Read more...
The Hudson River Day Line - 1863-1971
The Hudson River Day Line was the premier steamboat line on the Hudson River from the 1860s through the 1940s, carrying millions of passengers between New York City and Albany with stops at the major towns in between. Read more...
Indian Point: From Park to Power
In 1923, the Hudson River Day Line created a recreational park at Indian Point, south of Peekskill on the east shore of the Hudson, for Day Line passengers. Read more...
Film: Lost Rondout
OCTOBER 26: Film - "Lost Rondout" with filmmakers Lynn Woods and Stephen Blauweiss. 7 PM in the KINGSTON HOME PORT (note the location change!). Suggested donation $5.
Legends of the Hudson River
OCTOBER 30 & 31. Join us for this FREE, family-friendly, no-scare Halloween event on Sunday, October 30th and Monday, October 31st. See full schedule.
Lecture: Submerged Maritime History
NOVEMBER 2: Lecture - "Submerged Maritime History," with Mark Peckham, recently retired from the New York State Historic Preservation Office. 7 PM in the Riverport Wooden Boat School. Suggested donation $5.
HRMM Hosts Persen House
NOVEMBER 5. HRMM is hosting at the Matthewis Persen House on Saturday, November 5th from 10 AM to 2 PM to kick off our first ever winter season! Come learn about "Winter on the Hudson" and our winter hours and programs in this pop-up exhibit.
Intro to Square Rule Timber Framing
NOVEMBER 12 & 13. Ever been curious about how barns and structures like the Kingston Home Port are built without metal nails or screws? Try your hand at timber framing yourself! This weekend course is perfect for the beginning or experienced woodworker interested in learning more about timber framing.
Build Your Own Toboggan
NOVEMBER 19 & 20. Perfect preparation for the coming snowy winter season! Build your own toboggan in this weekend course.
Visit our Digital Collection
The 2016 Pilot Log is now available in digital format online! Members can pick up their copies at the museum. Copies will also be available in the museum gift shop throughout the season.
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Hudson River Maritime Museum
50 Rondout Landing
Kingston, NY 12401
The Hudson River Maritime Museum is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and interpretation of the maritime history of the Hudson River, its tributaries, and related industries.
The Hudson River Maritime Museum depends upon memberships and private donations to operate and receives no federal, state, or municipal funding except through competitive, project-based grants.