Visitors can tour both our museum and the historic church at St. Paul's. In the museum, visitors gain an appreciation of topics in national and local history. The current feature exhibition on display is "The Emergence of a National Historic Site: St. Paul's Between the World Wars". We are also presenting, "The Storm of War: Westcheser County and the American Revolution." Smaller displays and original art work is also available for viewing.
In the church, visitors observe the restored 18th century appearance of the sanctuary area. Through displays, tour literature and interpretation from our staff, they learn about historic features of the church. These include the edifice’s use as a military field hospital by both sides during the American revolution, the significance of the restoration of 1942, and the 1830 Erben pipe organ, among the nation’s oldest working organs. Places on tours can be reserved in-person on a first-come-first-served basis.
It would take a total of about 45 minutes to enjoy the tours of both the historic church and the museum.
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After enjoying the tour of the museum and of St. Paul's Church, you are welcome to explore the adjoining historic cemetery, one of America's oldest burial yards. You may choose to stroll through the churchyard. There is a self guided tour brochure for the burial yard located in a box in front of the church.
Handicapped parking is not available. Handicapped Accessible.
There are no public water fountatins available at this time.