Riders Mills Schoolhouse
Malden Bridge, NY 12115
Phone: (518) 794 7146
Hours: No specific hours
The Riders Mill Schoolhouse was built in the late 1700s and is one of the oldest in the nation. It was also one of America's last single-room schoolhouses in operation (in use until the late 1950s). The schoolhouse is listed on both the State and National Registry of Historic Sites.
The site is open to the public, but at this time does not offer any exhibits. The site hosts an annual open air art show every September as well as other occasional events. Please check its website to find the most up to date information on the schoolhouse’s events.
Riders Mills is located at the intersection of Riders Mills Road and Drowne Road in Malden Bridge, NY. The schoolhouse is .8 mile from the intersection of Riders Mills Road and Route 66 and 1.8 miles from the intersection of Riders Mills Road and County Route 13.