Email us for more information or to schedule a tour for your group @ firstname.lastname@example.org . We are always anxious to welcome school groups to come and visit and learn what it was like to be educated in a one room school house.
Based on a Hyde Park 1867 map, the schoolhouse was originally located on the northeast corner of the intersection of Crum Elbow Road and Cardinal Road. It was determined that the building had been the Union District #3 Schoolhouse, also known as the Union Corners Free School, and was opened in 1845. It was dismantled, relocated and reassembled in 1974 to it's current location on the grounds of North Park Elementary School on Route 9G.
To preserve this historical building and educate our visitors on our only owned property in Hyde Park, New York. We are open to tours spring through the fall for school students and small groups of individuals. The schoolhouse taught grades first through eight in this building with one teacher and a wood burning stove. Enjoy a tour back in time and experience how our ancestors learned.
We rely on membership fees and contributions from donors like you that will enable us to continue our work to preserve and display the magnificent history of Hyde Park, New York.