Every summer, New York certified teachers and administrators who are also Warwick Historical Society members, host a week of History Camp for children ages 8- 12. Classes are held in four of the Society’s buildings and in Lewis Park. Each day the children will be...Read More
The Warwick Historical Society is home to an extensive Archive of documents and materials from the 17th to 21st Century as well as a Clothing Collection of over 1000 articles from a similar period. Clothing Collection The 2013 Downton Abbey Exhibit from the Clothing Collection...Read More
The Warwick Historical Society and Foundation of St. Anthony Community Hospital joined together to present the largest tented formal tea party ever staged in Warwick and it was truly An Afternoon To Remember. Since a cup of tea represents an imaginary voyage—part of the...Read More
Children's programs include Traveling Trunk to all Warwick first graders, fourth grade tours of Society Museums and of course, summer History Camp. Adults and children alike will enjoy the Clothing Collection exhibits, Curator's Choice Talks, and our many festive celebrations all year such as George Washington Day Picnic, Tavern Night, the annual Wine & Cheese and holiday Wassail party, An Afternoon To Remember, and our famous summer Under The Tent Fundraiser! Buildings are open to the public from June through October.
In April of 1906, a small group of Warwick, NY residents gathered in the 1810 House with a mission to protect, preserve and promote the rich heritage of the Town of Warwick, New York and its villages. Over 100 years later, the Warwick Historical Society owns 10 historic buildings, a park, and a cemetery and has preserved the beauty of the Village of Warwick for all time.
Don’t miss our annual Wine, Cheese & Jazz Party open to all in Lewis Park On June 2nd from 4-6pm. Two days later on June 4th, a Curator’s Choice Talk with Archivist Cathryn Anders “On the Streets Where You Live” – a ramble through the highways and byways of Warwick throughout our history. Join Us!