There are very few places in the US where you can learn about colonial era settlements that are not complete recreations. Huguenot Street is one. Homes built before our nation's first birthday. Lovely place just to stroll and take photos even when the houses are not open for tours. The little church next to the LeFevre house is a recreation, but the headstones in the churchyard are where they were placed centuries, yes centuries ago. New Paltz and the Huguenot Historical Society have done a wonderful job of making this more about history and less about tourism. This is the opposite of a "tourist trap." Enjoy!
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