Rokeby Museum is a 90-acre historic site and National Historic Landmark, designated for its Underground Railroad history. From 1793 to 1961 it was home to four generations of Robinsons, a remarkable Quaker family. The Museum's mission is to preserve and interpret the landscape, buildings, and collections left by the family. Visitors may take a guided tour of the house (fully furnished with 200 years of family belongings), view the grounds and eight historic farm buildings on their own (with an audiotape if desired), or hike the acres of trails. We have events throughout our open season, May to October, and offer a range of school programs.
Profile Type: Cultural Nonprofit