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Lumberland Town Hall & Museum Room - Glen Spey, NY

Historic Site
Lumberland Town Hall Historic Site – Frank V Schwarz

The Lumberland Town Hall & Museum Room, the former "Glen Spey School," circa 1852 is a unique structure with hand carved fretwork,entry with transom moldings,a restored bell tower and stone foundation. The restored structure retains the original windows. On the interior the main hall has a beautiful tin ceiling, original slate blackboards, original moldings, floor. The addition constructed in the 1950's houses the Museum Room which showcases the town heritage of the D& H Canal, The Mackenzie Family/Mansions heritage,etc.

Wonderful Concerts are presented at the Lumberland Town Hall by the acclaimed Town of Lumberland Cultural Series directed by Mr. Frank V Schwarz, founder and Town Historian.

Accessibility Notes

The Lumberland Town Hall is handicap accessible and air conditioned.

Pet Friendly Notes

Please no pets.

Time Period Represented

1852 through the present.


Museum Room open Wednesday 9 a.m.12 p.m. or by appointment. It is best to call the Town Hall at: (845) 856-8600

Seasons Open

12 months year round.


No visitor fees

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