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Historic Huguenot Street
Architecture, Freedom & Dignity
81 Huguenot Street
New Paltz, NY
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- Saturdays and Sundays: 10am-4pm throughout the month of May. Wednesday through Sunday: 10am-4pm after June 1st. Scheduled guided tours are available during open hours. Due to limited capacity, pre-registration via our website is recommended but not required. Additionally, private tours are available by appointment.
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- Tour prices vary
Historic Huguenot Street is committed to helping visitors understand the historical forces that have shaped America.
At our 10-acre National Historic Landmark District in New Paltz, New York, visitors experience over 300 years of history across seven historic stone-house museums, a reconstructed 1717 French Church, the Huguenot community’s original burying ground, and a replica Esopus Munsee wigwam. Period rooms and exhibits tell the stories of a French Huguenot settlement as it evolved over time, and reveal the history of the area’s Indigenous and enslaved African peoples and Dutch settlers.
Historic Huguenot Street envisions a nationally recognized historic site that will inspire guests to think in new ways about American history while also carrying forward the conversation about the relationship between past and present.
Amenities: Passport Stamp, Family Friendly, Public Transportation, Restrooms