A Step Back in Time... A Celebration at Ferdon Hall
THURSDAY, September 23, 5:30 PM - 9:00 PM

RSVP by September 10th - Space is limited for this exclusive event.
Enjoy delicious treats prepared by Mimi's, wine chosen for the occasion and a signature drink created and served by our much sought-out bartenders.

Join us as we celebrate one of Piermont's most significant and beautiful historic sites. Placed on the National Registry in 2011, this Greek Revival House was built by Piermont resident and mill proprietor, William Ferdon, in 1837. It was recently restored and expanded with such care that the new faithfully represents the old.

Marvel at the Art & Architecture as you explore Ferdon Hall. A stroll through the outdoor garden rooms linked by stone and rusty steel will delight and surprise you. Don't miss the original brick smokehouse, woodland garden and classical sculptures. A gallery of murals and vintage photos will immerse you in the history of Piermont's birthplace. Purchase Tickets, Ads and Sponsorships Now!

Train Station Sundays Are Back

50 Ash Street, Piermont, NY

1 pm - 4 pm | FREE ADMISSION

September 12, October 10, October 24

And don't miss our special bonus opening on SATURDAY, September 25th!

See all new exhibits made possible through our dedicated donors and our fundraising efforts. Many thanks to all who have supported us!

Learn about Piermont’s unique railroad history and the station’s inhabitants. Discover Piermont’s other rich history including its role in the American Revolution and WWII, its 1900s Fort Comfort resort, Woody Allen’s Purple Rose of Cairo and more.

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Historic District

Our rich heritage started here.

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Tale of Two Railroads

The Erie Railroad played a vital role in Piermont's history. The Northern Railroad traces its roots to our village and train station.

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The Flywheel

Too tough for the wrecking ball, the Flywheel remains as a symbol of Piermont's industrial past and a focal point of the present.

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The Pier

From the "Last Stop" of World War II soldiers to the Watchfires of Vietnam Vets, the Pier has played a vital role for those who served.

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Colonial Period

The Start of a Nation

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Take a Walk Into History

Who says history has to be experienced from a book? Take our sensational Walking Tour through Piermont and get a first-hand look at fascinating facts about our village. Exercise your body and your mind at the same time.

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Our History

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Do you have a story about Piermont? Or do you know someone who lived here and has a great story about the village that they'd like to share? We'd love to hear from you. It's easy and it could help hundreds of people learn more about our history.

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Mission Statement

The Mission of the Piermont Historical Society is to preserve and protect the integrity of Piermont’s architecture, history and cultural heritage, and to celebrate the history of Piermont. The vision of the Society is to make the history of Piermont a common narrative in the village and beyond.


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Piermont Historical Society
50 Ash Street
PO Box 362
Piermont, NY 10968 US
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