Vedder Research Library is a non-circulating research center. It makes available to Society members and the general public a wide range of primary and secondary resource material depicting the historical development of Greene County.
The Bronck Museum complex includes the eleven remaining structures that once comprised the Bronck family farm. The family maintained continuous ownership of the farm for 276 years passing it from parent to child, for eight generations. In 1939 the last family owner gave the eleven structures and surrounding acreage to the Greene County Historical Society to serve as the Society’s headquarters museum.
The Bronck Museum Shop, located in the Victorian Horse Barn, is open during regular Museum hours, and stocks items made by local crafters, as well as books, Bronck Museum souvenirs, and photographs.