HISTORIC SITES & MUSEUMS
Rockland was once home to members of the Delaware and Lenape Nations, and a key position for General George Washington’s Continental Army during the Revolutionary War. Explore its landmarks and museums to understand how early Americans lived in the Hudson Valley. The Stony Point Battlefield State Historic Site, where General Anthony Wayne defeated the British in a surprise attack on July 16, 1779, offers free activities and demonstrations on weekends between April and October.
CLICK HERE for Rockland's historic sites and museums.
Helpful Links & Resources:
Visit the Stony Point Lighthouse - the oldest lighthouse on the Hudson River, located at Stony Point Battlefield.
Located at Rockland Community College, the Holocaust Museum Center for Tolerance and Education’s mission is to educate, through the lens of the Holocaust, about the dangers of intolerance, to invoke critical thinking, and to inspire moral courage in the face of injustice. The Museum features exhibits and interactive displays about the Holocaust and offers educational programming and commemoration events. Open to the public Monday through Thursday 10:00am - 3:00pm.