The mission of the Piermont Historical Society is to preserve and protect the integrity of Piermont's architecture, history and cultural heritage, and to celebrate the history of Piermont and the role Piermont played in the development of the American railroad in the 19th Century. Our goal is to foster and maintain awareness and appreciation of the history of Piermont. Piermont's Historic District was dedicated in 2012.
Support local history, support our station, and become a member of the Piermont Historical Society. Today we are a dynamic organization because you stepped up when it really counted. We hope that you will continue to join us as we move forward with our commitment to the History of Piermont. Become a member, volunteer, share ideas or your own historical stories. Click here for information on our Annual Membership Drive
We are located at Piermont's Railroad Station, 50 Ash Street, Piermont, NY 10968.
In 2007, PHS received The Rockland County Historic Preservation Merit Award for its painstaking restoration of this historic station. The station was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2008. Take our Walking Tour of Piermont by clicking on this image: