The next lecture in the three-part Curator’s Choice series takes place Oct. 21 The Warwick Historical Society is pleased to present “Warwick at War and Peace,” a three-part Curator’s Choice series that began on Sept. 23. The series, presented by Dr. Richard Hull,...Read More
Please pardon our appearance as the Warwick Historical Society prepares to roll out an all-new website, and check back frequently for updates. If you’d like to make a donation to the Warwick Historical Society for any of its restoration efforts, you may do so here: DONATE...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. Record collecting began after historical society formed in 1906, and all items...Read More
Children's programs include Traveling Trunk to all Warwick first graders, fourth grade tours of Society buildings 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, and our famous summer Under The Tent fundraiser! Buckbee Center and 1810 House are open year round. Other buildings are generally open to the public, June - October or by appointment.
Please pardon our appearance as the Warwick Historical Society prepares to roll out an all-new website, and check back frequently for updates.
If you’d like to make a donation to the Warwick Historical Society for any of its restoration efforts, you may do so here: DONATE NOW
You can also make a donation by mailing a check to: Warwick Historical Society, PO Box 353, Warwick, NY 10990, or by calling 845-986-3236.
Our mission is to preserve and celebrate the history of the Town of Warwick and its people, and we can’t do it without your generous support. The Warwick Historical Society appreciates your donation.
The Historical Society’s properties are all within a short walking distance of each other. Begin your tour at Baird’s Tavern on Main Street where you can visit the gift shop and get more information about the buildings, exhibits and events planned for the season.