Hill-Hold Museum

Address 128 Route 416
Campbell Hall, NY 10916
Phone (845) 291-2404
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Hours Memorial Day Weekend thru Labor Day, Friday-Sunday: 10am-4pm
Themes Art & Culture, Colonial History, Innovation & Commerce
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On land given to Sarah Wells, pioneer settler of Orange County, and her husband, William Bull, Hill-Hold was constructed by their son Thomas in 1769. The house features exterior stonework and interior woodwork, including barrel-backed cupboards and paneling and two kitchens. The furnishings, primarily crafted in the Hudson Valley, reflect changing styles from the 17th century to the 1830s from Queen Anne to Chippendale to Empire.The house is surrounded by many original outbuildings, including a barn, granary, and summer kitchen.


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