From September to November 1778, General Washington used the Kane house as his headquarters.
Today, the John Kane House is the Historical Society's main museum, exhibiting Pawling's Revolutionary War era history; ephemera belonging to the radio broadcast journalist Lowell Thomas; and a changing exhibition, currently on Holmes and Whaley Lake.
CLOSED FOR THE SEASON;
OPEN BY APPT ONLY
Open May 15–October 15
Saturdays & Sundays from 2–4pm
donation for admission
A volunteer tour guide will give you a full survey of the downstairs and upstairs of the home, which are decorated with displays of period artifacts.
Tel: (845) 855-9316