1. Pleasant Square was located at the intersections of Highland Avenue, Croton Avenue, Main Street and Broadway. It would be called Hubbell’s Corner in the mid 20th century. Emigrant Bank anchors the intersection at the north end, the old Bank for Savin... read more
BOO! It’s the spooky season, and the OHSM is back with last year’s popular event! Ossining’s fascinating history comes to life once again! Come and hear the stories on a guided night walk through the Museum, where you’ll meet long-... read more
Have you ever wondered, Gee, what’s it like to run a maximum security state prison? Here’s your chance to find out! On July 13, at 7 pm, Michael Capra, the Superintendent of Sing Sing Correctional Facility, will host an informal discussion and... read more
Tuesday, June 14, 2016, is Flag Day. Why not salute Old Glory here at the OHSM? At 7 p.m., local resident Scott McKenna will speak about World Wars I and II and Ossining. It’s free to the public.
On April 16 at 1 p.m. local historian Scott Craven will lead a tour of the spectacular new Sing Sing Kil Greenway, a pathway along the bottom of the ravine that will let you view the Double Arches like never more. More details to come, but you won’... read more
Our annual Historic Homes Tour takes place this Spring on April 30. More details to come, but be sure to put this popular event on your calendar!
On Wednesday, May 27, 2015, the Museum co-hosted a fascinating talk by Penny Jarrett, great-granddaughter of a former Sing Sing Prison keeper, Alfred Conyes. She edited his memoir, Fifty Years in Sing Sing, Alfred Conyes. Featuring a forward by noted writ... read more