Washington’s Headquarters State Historic Site has reopened to the public.
Both the Museum, which features over 1,300 objects from the collection, and the historic Hasbrouck House, where the General made his headquarters for 16 ½ months at the end of the Revolutionary War, are now open for visitors on a limited basis.
Hours of operation are Wednesday through Saturday, 11 am to 5 pm, and Sundays from 1 to 5 pm.
In order to facilitate proper social distancing, reservations will be required to visit inside the buildings. The grounds, and the self-guided tour of our outdoor features will still be available.
Visitors are advised that face coverings must be worn inside the buildings, and 6-foot social distancing is required. Visitors will be asked to use hand sanitizer and to avoid touching common surfaces. Visitors experiencing any Covid-19 symptoms may not enter the buildings.
For further information on available tour times, admission fees and to make a reservation, call (845) 562-1195.
Washington’s Headquarters State Historic Site is a registered National Historic Landmark located at the corner of Liberty and Washington Streets within the city of Newburgh’s East End Historic District. For further information call (845) 562-1195 or visit the site’s Facebook page.
Photo of Washington’s Headquarters State Historic Site provided.