Virtual Exhibits

DEP Photos building the reservoirs

A photo exhibition entitled:  A Glimpse into the Building of the Rondout and Neversink Reservoirs and Connecting Tunnels:  Photos from the DEP Archives. Direct from the DEP Archives in New York City, these rarely seen photos show a unique and interesting view of the workers who built the Rondout and Neversink Reservoirs and the Delaware...

A Quilted Past

This virtual exhibition includes over twenty quilts. Many were made by women living in the Rondout and Neversink watershed areas between 1860 and 1950. Many of these beautiful quilts had interesting stories attached to them about the quilters and their families. As you travel through this virtual exhibition, we hope you develop a sense of...

Celebrating Catskill Waters: Past and Present – 2015 Season Exh...

  Where Does the Water Come From?  Map of Catskill Mountain streams with several highlighted streams: Rondout The Rondout starts between Rocky Mountain and Balsam Cap, receiving water from many springs and streams. It drops about 1,440 feet before it meets a small outlet stream from Peekamoose Lake. Several other tributaries merge with the stream...

1930’s Selfie Exhibit

A thoroughly enjoyable un-museum like experience. . Different facets of 1930s life come alive as visitors step into them: barbering, laundry, barnyard, school and more. Each scene creates a distinct experience to delve into, explore, touch and best of all, take and share photos of yourself(ie)!  Visitors can also print postcards to take home. This new exhibit is...

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