• 9 Ten Broeck Place, Albany, NY 12201
  • (518) 436-9826

Ten Broeck Mansion

Home of the Albany County Historical Association

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Membership & Support

The Albany County Historical Association is a hands-on organization open to anyone, regardless of place of residence, with an interest in historic preservation. All we ask is that you consider attending some of our events, lending a volunteer hand from time to time, and contributing a nominal sum in support of the many restoration and activity programs of the Ten Broeck Mansion.

Hours:

Our tour hours are
May - October (on the hour)

For other dates, please call or email for appt.

Thursday & Friday: 10am - 4pm
Saturday & Sunday: 1pm - 4pm

Admission:

General: $5
Students & Seniors: $4
Children 12 & under: $3
Member admission: free

A Book Makes a Great Gift!

People of Albany: The First 200 Years by Peter J. Hess
Did you know that Jamestown, Virginia was the earliest English settlement but Jamestown was abandoned in 1699 making Dutch Albany the oldest continuous European settlement in the original thirteen English colonies?

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Welcome to Ten Broeck Mansion

Albany County Historical Association was founded in 1945. It is a private, not-for-profit educational corporation headquartered at the historic Ten Broeck Mansion in the Arbor Hill neighborhood of the city of Albany, New York. The mission of the ACHA is to preserve, present, and promote the rich history and culture of Albany County.


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Upcoming Events

Living History Day


Welcome to the Neighborhood BBQ!


Slavery and Dutch-Palatine Farmers: How did middle class farmers in New York interact with slavery?

Thursday, May 17th, 6:30pm
Suggested Donation: $5
Ten Broeck Mansion
9 Ten Broeck Place, Albany

Usually considered a Southern issue, slavery played a surprisingly large role in colonial and revolutionary era New York. Mr. Bowman will examine how slavery evolved in New York under the Dutch, British, and American systems of government and how the institution was utilized at a local and personal level among the Palatine immigrants and their descendants in the Hudson and Mohawk Valleys.

Travis M. Bowman is the Senior Curator of the New York State Bureau of Historic Sites, where he is responsible for the research, care, and exhibition of the collections at New York State’s historic sites and parks.


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