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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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I had planned my day to take the 1 1/2 hr tour beginning at 10AM, but no one was there to guide the tour. The woman at center said there would be an 11AM tour, but would that person show up? So, I looked at...More
My husband and I went on a tour of this wonderfully preserved historic and picturesque street. Maria was our guide and she did a terrific job. She spoke very clearly and was very knowledgeable about all aspects of Munsee and Huguenot history. I recommend a...More
On a whim, we decided to pay this attraction a visit after picking up a flyer for it in our hotel. Previously we had simply not even known of its existence. What a fun, interesting and pleasant surprise it was! In order to fully appreciate...More
We discovered Huguenot Street while on a self-guided walking tour of New Paltz. Later we returned to take the Historic Huguenot Street tour. Our guide, Eddie, was great. We learned so much about the Native Americans and early settlers in this area..
Eddie the history major was an amazing tour guide who took me on a 1.5 hour deep dive into the history of the Native American and Huguenot people who settled the area. Eddie is a walking talking encyclopedia of history, tradition, culture, religion, politics, and...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.