Century House maintains a historical museum on the history of the Snyder Estate. It also presents many performances in its unique Widow Jane Mine, and presents a site specific Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition each year.

The Century House Museum is closed until May 12, 2019 (Mothers Day).

The grounds of the Snyder Estate are open from sunrise to sunset. Free for members, all others please leave a donation!

If you would like to learn a some facts about the Rosendale Cement District while the Museum is closed, there are explanatory plaques placed on the Wallkill Valley Rail Trail, roughly from the Women’s Studio Workshop parking lot at 722 Binnewater Ln,  northerly past Williams Lake. There are mines, kilns and abandoned foundations there, but no entry is allowed.
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Suggested Donation:

  • Adults: $5
  • Children: $1
  • Family: $10
  • Or become a member!

Directions to The Snyder Estate

Less than two hours from New York City, Rosendale is midway between New Paltz  and Kingston,  Exits 18 and 19 of the  NYS Thruway (I-87).

From Exit 18 (New Paltz)  take NY 32  north to Rosendale.

From Exit 19 (Kingston) take NY 209  south to Stone Ridge, then NY 213 east  to Rosendale.

The Snyder Estate is on  the north side of Route 213, a mile west of the village.

Route 213 is a winding road as it follows the Rondout Creek.  Please use caution when entering and exiting the site. You can only exit to the right, as the curve is extremely blind! There’s a turnaround you can use a little way down the road if you want to go to the main part of Rosendale.

We look forward  to your visit!

Nearby  Points of Interest

We’re within half an hour of these popular destinations:

D&H Canal Museum In High Falls
Historic Huguenot Street in New Paltz
Historic Kingston in Kingston
Mohonk Preserve in New Paltz
Minnewaska State Park in New Paltz
Senate House Museum in Kingston
Maritime Museum in Kingston
Trolley Museum in Kingson
Wallkill Valley Rail Trail throughout Ulster County. Featuring the Rosendale Trestle Bridge.