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This 10-acre National Historic Landmark District includes a Visitor Center, seven historic stone houses, a reconstructed 1717 Huguenot church, a replica Munsee Native American wigwam, exhibit and program spaces, archaeological sites, and an...more
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My wife and I paid the worth while price to get a tour of Huguenot St in New Paltz. Our guide Anthony was extremely knowledgeable. While talking of the plights of these Huguenots from the mid 1600’s was truly amazing. I highly recommend for anyone...More
We walked Huguenot Street with the app that offers a self guided tour on our phone as it was too early for a guided tour and it was well worth it. The architecture and the feeling of history of the region was clearly felt and...More
What a beautiful way to spend a Saturday! The houses are well-preserved and staged so that you can immerse yourself in the world of the Huguenots. We went the day of Applestock too so it was a lovely day all around. Our tour guide Liz...More
Once we found the correct site and not the local golf course which the gps address sent us to. We had a fabulous, informative 90mins guided tour. Great value and Maria our guided was very knowlegable.
We have already recommended our friends visit.
Covered housing and gear from a Native American lodge to a 1950's kitchen. No musty dusty, but a colorful, no-rope look at how past occupants, slaves to wealthy, really lived. Marie, our spirited guide, incorporated our questions & comments gracefully into her presentation. I'll do...More
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As the other answer mentions, there is a Trailways bus to New Paltz, and the station is walking distance from Historic Huguenot Street. Metro-North's Hudson line also stops at the Poughkeepsie train station, which is about... More
As the other answer mentions, there is a Trailways bus to New Paltz, and the station is walking distance from Historic Huguenot Street. Metro-North's Hudson line also stops at the Poughkeepsie train station, which is about 30 minutes away by car.
Huguenot Street is always open. You might not get into some of the old stone houses but you certainly can view them from the outside. There are also old headstones that are visible in a small cemetery on the street.