Town of Yorktown Museum
1974 Commerce Street
Yorktown Heights, NY 10598
Phone: (914) 962-2970
Hours: Tuesday & Thursday - 11 AM to 4 PM Sunday - 1 PM to 4 PM or by appointment year-round.
The Yorktown Museum was founded in 1966. Its first location was in two rooms of the Davenport House. Then, in 1970, the Museum was moved into the Fowler House. After a series of relocations, the museum settled in 1976 on its present location. The address is currently known as: The Yorktown Community Cultural Center (YCCC).
The museum contains a variety of exhibits ranging from 18th century colonial furniture to miniatures of railroads and mansions. There is also a research room available to the public who are interested in local history. There are collections of documents, maps and photographs pertaining to the history of Yorktown.
Take the Taconic State Parkway to Route 202/35. Turn left (east on Route 202) and continue to intersection with Route 118 ("the triangle"). Proceed straight across. The YCCC building will be immediately on the left.