The Sullivan County Museum
Home of the Sullivan County Historical Society
The original structure was built in 1912 and housed the historic Hurleyville Elementary School, which later became its High School. The last class graduated from the Hurleyville High School in 1945 when county schools were centralized, eliminating the need for small community schools.
After a series of owners, the building was acquired by the county.
The Society moved into the building in November of 1972 and except for the addition of an elevator and some modest changes to the interior, the building still retains the charm and warmth of its historical past.
The Sullivan County Museum is home to:
The Sullivan County Historical Society
The Frederick A. Cook Society
The Dramatic Workshop
The Judge Lawrence Cook Room
The displays, library, archives and historical rooms are designed, constructed, decorated and maintained by volunteer members of the Sullivan County Historical Society.
Museum Hours are:
Tues.- Sat. - 10 AM to 4:30 PM
Sunday & Monday - Closed
For info call (845) 434 - 8044