Ossining Historical Society

Now 600 members strong, the Ossining Historical Society remains a precious repository for those parts of Ossining lost to fires, bulldozers, and wrecking balls.

Highlights of the permanent collection include an 1830 landscape by Hugh Reinagle; a large display of packaging, brochures, and photographs from the Brandreth Pill Works; and the bell from the locomotive that pulled Lincoln’s death train through Sing Sing and other river villages on its way to Springfield IL.