About Us

Shingle Mill
Cutting the Shingles
The Century Museum Village and Collectors Association shows antique engines and exhibits displays of household items and farm equipment commonly used during the late 1800's to early 1900's. 




Enjoy the sights and sounds of antique engines at work and be sure to visit our Century Museum Village building depicting country living at the turn of the 20th century.  





Our exhibitions are held at the Dutchess County Fairgrounds in Rhinebeck, New York. 


 
Photo Gallery





Monthly Meetings

May - October 2019:
2nd Tuesday of every month 
6:30 PM at the Museum building Dutchess County Fairgrounds


Winter Months:
November 2019 thru the winter months, our meetings will be on the 2nd Sundays at 2PM at the Pleasant Valley Presbyterian Church, 1576 Main Street, Pleasant Valley, New York.


Contact Us

The Century Museum Village
& Collectors Association
P. O. Box 280
Pleasant Valley, NY 12569

Email: CMVCAorg@gmail.com

Website:  centurymuseum.org






2019 SHOW SCHEDULE
Our exhibitions are held during these events at the 
Dutchess County Fairgrounds in Rhinebeck, New York. 
 
All events are rain or shine.
The Fairgrounds has a No Pets policy. 

See 2019 Calendar of all events at the Fairgrounds








MAY 31st - JUNE 1 - 2
See our museum exhibits at 
the Country Living Fair









AUGUST 20 - 25

All exhibits are open at 
the Dutchess County Fair








OCTOBER 19 – 20, 2019
See our Century Museum exhibits 
and the Antique Machinery Show & Tractor Pull 
during the Sheep and Wool Festival

The 2019 Antique Machinery Show is hosted by the Century Museum Village and Collectors Association (centurymuseum.org) at the Dutchess County Fairgrounds in Rhinebeck, New York. 



Exhibitors display their antique engines, tractors and vintage vehicles, as well as  providing many working and educational displays of our rural mechanical past. 

The Antique Machinery that will be on display is actual running equipment:

Shingle making equipment
Hot Air Engines
Hit and Miss Engines
Tractors
Saw Mills
and so much more
All are a thrill to watch when in operation



MUSEUM VILLAGE

The association also maintains the Museum Village which consists of a large Museum, a Blacksmith Shop and a Schoolhouse. The Museum itself contains a series of exhibits designed to show a particular craft or way of life:


Broom Making
Chair Caning
Clockmaking
General Store
Ice Harvesting
Kitchen conveniences
Loom Weaving
Print Shop
Repair Shop
Textiles
Wood Shop
and many others

You do not have to be a member to display or participate in the Machinery Show, all are welcome to join.