Howland Cultural Center

477 Main Street
Beacon, NY 12589
ph. 845-831-4988
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Located in Beacon, NY, The Howland Cultural Center is a historic site. Built in 1872 by General Joseph Howland and designed by his brother-in-law, architect Richard Morris Hunt, the Howland Cultural Center was the orignal town library. Limited seating to 120. The Center is the first historic building in the Hudson Valley to be geo-thermally cooled and heated.
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