Time and the Valleys Museum
Connecting Water, People, and the Catskills
Exploring NYC’s Water Systems and the sacrifices made by local residents
to provide New York City with clean water.
The Catskills’ leading resource for exploring the history and future of access to clean water.
What our visitors have to say:
“Visiting the TATV Museum is a precious learning experience. Much appreciation for all the effort for preserving histories and reconnecting people with the water resources
of this area.”
“What a treasure. Thank you!”
-Ron and Sally T., 2023
“It is a tribute to the people of this area that this wonderful exhibit is able to be viewed.”
“What a great exhibit! Especially like all the historical info and the painted interpretations,
and especially the
Taggart art works!”
-Anne and George S., 2023
Where we are located:
Time and the Valley’s Museum and all exhibitions are handicapped accessible. We are committed to making our facilities, exhibitions, and programs accessible for all audiences.
Parking – Designated spaces are available for people with disabilities
Service Animals – Service Animals are welcome in the building and on the grounds.
Wheelchair Accessibility – Entrances are accessible to wheelchair users. An elevator is located in the building to facilitate access to the upper and lower levels. A wheelchair is available for visitors that may require one.
Hours & Admission
Open by appointment
Saturdays & Sundays
12pm to 4pm Memorial Day weekend through September.
Other days and times by appointment.
Children (6 to 17): $2
Children under 6: FREE