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Hyde Hall Opens a Busy Season on May 29th

Written By Editor on 5/10/21 | 5/10/21

Hyde Hall opens on May 29th with a continued commitment to the health and safety of its guests and the community for a 2021 season full of events, tours, concerts, and new initiatives. 

In the first two weeks of the season, guests can view a special Flash Exhibit where some of Hyde Hall’s clothing collections are making a rare appearance. Visitors can only see the original garments—including an 1830s gown, a butler’s outfit, a hunting coat, and a livery uniform—between May 29th and June 13th.


This season also includes Thank You Bassett! month. Hyde Hall acknowledges that it has been stressful for individuals working in the medical field and wants to give back. As a way of saying thank you to Bassett Network employees and volunteers for their care of our community over the last year, Hyde Hall offers free admission to all Bassett Network employees and volunteers throughout June. Reservations are still needed, but by showing their Bassett Network ID, Hyde Hall will waive admission for any Bassett network employee or volunteer.

By observing protocols developed with the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, and following guidelines from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Hyde Hall plans a full calendar of low-risk events. Whether visiting for music, drama, food, or history, museum-goers will find something to enjoy. Event highlights include Chatham Baroque, Robin & Linda Williams, a German Singspiel, and concerts with the Musicians of Ma’alwyck. Visitors will even have the opportunity to join a one-night-only Ghost Hunt with paranormal investigators. Space is limited for all events and reservations are required, and guests must wear masks, at all times, regardless of vaccination status. To get tickets for events or to see the full itinerary for the season, guests can visit

Tours at Hyde Hall continue on a reservation-only basis for a maximum of eight guests per tour. Tours will run daily—on the hour—between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. until October 31st. To reserve tours, guests can call (607) 547-5098 X 1 between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. Hyde Hall asks that guests arrive 15 minutes before their scheduled visit. Admission rates include senior, military, and youth discounts, and children under five and members are free. 


Hyde Hall looks forward to seeing everyone soon!

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