Warren County Historical Society
Now Open Regular Hours: 9AM-5PM,
Tuesday and Thursday Only!
195 Sunnyside Road
Queensbury, NY 12804-7762
The Warren County Historical Society was chartered in 1997 by the New York Education Department for the collection, preservation, and promotion of the heritage of Warren County. The Society is developing a library and has long range plans for a museum for historical research, providing a place to gather, preserve, and display artifacts, books, manuscripts, papers, photographs and other records and materials relating to the history of the Warren County region and New York State. The current headquarters of the Society is located in the historical old Bay Ridge Volunteer Fire Company fire house at 195 Sunnyside Rd, Queensbury, NY 12804-7762.
The Society is a nonprofit membership organization funded through memberships, donations, gifts and grants. Governed by a 19 member Board of Trustees, its activities are carried out entirely by volunteers. The Society has 501 (C)3 tax exempt status and New York State sales tax exemption.
The Mission of the Warren County Historical Society is to promote the history of Warren County, New York and its environs by supporting research and preservation efforts and encouraging public participations.
- Education: develop programs, exhibits and presentations for the public
- Collection and Preservation: to acquire historical artifacts and archival materials, books, and documents through purchase, gifts or exchange; to use acceptable preservation and collection management techniques
- Research: assist in locating and designating historical and archeological sites; provide support for researchers, historians and other historical societies and groups
- Membership: Please join the Society today! membership_application