Libraries & Museums in Greene County NY | Buy In Greene

Libraries & Museums in Greene County

Windham Public Library

The Windham Public Library was founded in 1922. It offers newspapers, magazines, research material, eBooks, eAudiobooks, and more.
518-734-4405

5379 Main St, Windham, NY 12496
Service/Delivery Area: Windham

windhamlib@gmail.com

Hunter Public Library

The mission of the Hunter Public Library is to meet, provide, and serve the needs of each and every member of the Hunter-Tannersville Central School Districts' education, culture, and recreation.
518-263-4655

7965 Main Street, Hunter, NY 12442, Hunter, NY 12442
Service/Delivery Area: Hunter

hunterpubliclibrary@gmail.com

Heermance Memorial Library

The mission of the Heermance Memorial Library is to inspire lifelong learning and to support and enhance the cultural and recreational needs of our community.
518-731-8084

1 Ely Street, Coxsackie, NY 12051
Service/Delivery Area: Coxsackie

director@heermancelibrary.org

Mountain Top Library

The Mountain Top Library was originally called the Haines Falls Free Library and was founded in 1900. It is the mission of the Mountain Top Library to disseminate knowledge through the offering of information and communication services, literature and history.

Catskill Public Library

The Catskill Public Library features a wide assortment of books, movies, tapes, magazines, and newspapers. You also get free admission to Cedar Grove - the Thomas Cole National Historic site - when you show your Catskill Library card.

Cairo Public Library

The function of the Cairo Public Library is to provide the Cairo community with access to a balanced collection of books and other materials to serve their educational, cultural and recreational needs.

Durham Center Museum

An 1837 schoolhouse containing local artifacts as well as a large collection of local genealogies, church histories, scrapbooks, family bibles, obituaries and cemetery records.
518-239-8461

3324 RT-145, East Durham, NY 12423

Zadock Pratt Museum

Located in Prattsville New York, the Zadock Pratt Museum is dedicated to exhibiting the history and culture of the Northern Catskill Region during the mid-nineteenth century, the heyday of the tanning industry in the area. A message from the executive
518-299-3395

14540 Main Street, Prattsville, NY 12468

prattmuseum@hotmail.com
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