Hill Hold Museum
128 Route 416,
Campbell Hall, NY
This stone farmhouse was built in 1769. The homestead museum reflects the life of the Bull-Jackson family spanning over 200 years.
Museum with Circa 1830 Furnishings, One Room School House, Historic 1870 Barn, Goosetown Gift Shop, Picnic Benches, and Parking.
History of Hill-Hold:
Visit Hill-Hold museum and see what life was like on a Hudson Valley farm in the 1830s. This was still the era of candlelight, fireplace heat, homegrown food, and homespun clothing. The stone farmhouse was built in 1769 by prosperous farmer, Thomas Bull- the namesake of the County's largest park. Hill-Hold and it's property were gifted to the County in the 1970's by Eleanor Jackson and the house went through an extensive restoration to return it to how it appeared when it was originally built in the 18th century.
Days and Hours of Operation:
124 Route 416, Campbell Hall, NY * Phone: (845) 615-3830
Hours: 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm. Saturdays
Open: Every other Saturday from June through August or by appointment for groups of 10 or more.
Dates Open: June 4, June 18, July 2, July 16, July 30. August 13 and August 27 ONLY from Noon to 4pm.
Admissions: Adults – $5.00 Children – $3.00
School Groups – $ 4.00 per student
Group tours (10 or more) are available by advance reservation only.
Gift Shop: The Goosetown Gift Shop at Hill-Hold features books, gifts, toys, craft items, and souvenirs. The shop is operated by the Friends of Hill-Hold, Inc., a not-for-profit organization, which aids in the operation of Hill-Hold and Brick House museums.