Celebrating the cultural diversity of the Hudson Valley.
The Mid-Hudson Heritage Center celebrates the contributions made by all of those who have settled the Mid-Hudson region, from the first Native Americans through the most recent immigrants. The mission of the Center is to promote a better awareness and appreciation of the history and heritage of the region through: 1) the operation of a physical exhibition center; 2) alliances with other historical and cultural organizations; and 3) collaboration with County tourism offices and the travel industry.
Mid-Hudson Heritage Center
317 Main Street
Poughkeepsie, NY 12601
Parking is available at City lots located off Cannon Street (between Market Street and Academy Street), at the parking deck across Market Street (aka Civic Center Plaza) from the Mid-Hudson Civic Center, and off Mill Street (west bound Rtes 44-55), between Hamilton Street and Catharine Street and between Catharine Street and Garden Street.
NOTE: The one-hour parking limit on Main Street is strictly enforced.
On the map below, the blue areas are municipal parking lots, and the MHHC painting indicates the location of the Heritage Center.
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