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Hudson River Museum [NY]

The Hudson River Museum presents the history and art of the Hudson River area, New York. The museum includes a Victorian-era home, Glenview, which is set to period; art exhibition space; a planetarium; and simulations of the environments along the Hudson River. Artists represented in the collection include Samuel Colman (1832-1920).

The museum offers one-hour Glenview tours for students, one-hour exhibit tours for students, one-hour environmental programs for students, one-hour planetarium shows for students, workshops which can be added to any of the aforementioned student programs, professional development programs, and exhibits.

 
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