Hoosick Attractions

Local Attractions in Hoosick Falls



  1. Miller Museum, 166 Main St., Hoosick Falls.  A museum of local interest featuring Grandma Moses and Walter A. Wood memorabilia.
  2. Hoosick Falls Country Club, Richmond Ave., Hoosick Falls.  A nine- hole golf course opened to the public.  It is one of the first golf courses established in the capital district.  It opened early in the 20th century.
  3. Maple Grove Cemetery, Hill Road, Hoosick Falls.
    1. Upper Cemetery.  Grave of Grandma Moses, world famous primitive artist.
    2. Lower Cemetery.  Grave of Walter A. Wood.
  4. Octagon House, 9 River Street, Hoosick Falls.  House built in 1853 by Ezra Robinson Estabrook.  Naional Historic Preservation Site since 1980.
  5. Main Street Churches:
    1. A. First United Church, erected in 1887.
    2. Hoosick Falls Baptist Church, erected in 1884.
    3. Immaculate Conception Roman Catholic Church, erected in 1871.
    4. St. Marks Episcopal Church, first services in the church were held in 1860.
  6. Hoosick Falls Post Office erected in 1928.  A National Historic Preservation site since 1988.
  7. “Downtown” Hoosick Falls Historic District including the Grandma Moses Mural.  A National Historic Preservation Site since 1980.
  8. Cheney Library opened in 1923. A gift of Charles Cheney to the people of Hoosick Falls Cheney Public Library
  9. National Guard Armory, 80 Church St., Hoosick Falls, built in 1888.  A National Historic Preservation Site since 1995.


Local Attractions in the Town of Hoosick


10.  Delaney’s Hotel, junction of Routes 22 and 67, North Hoosick.  Hotel built in the 1850’s. A National Historic Preservation Site since 1996.

11.  Bennington Battlefield, Route 67, Walloomsac, NY.  Site of a Revolutionary War battle fought August 16, 1777.  A New York State Historic Battlefield site.

  1.  State Line House, Walloomsac.  Built in eary 1800’s by Revolutionary War Captain David Mathews.
  2.  Buskirk’s Bridge, off Route 67, Buskirk.  Covered bridge over the Hoosick River built in 1880.
  3. Tibbits Stone School House built in 1842.  A National Historic Preservation Site since 1978.