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Huguenot Street
18 Broadhead Avenue
New Paltz, 12561
Ulster County
(845)255-1889 or
(845)255-1660

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Huguenot Street holds the distinction of being the "oldest street in America with its original houses". Huguenot Street, a national historic landmark, is located on a slight promontory above the banks of the Wallkill River at the western edge of the Village of New Paltz. The site compromises a collection of house museums with construction dates from 1692 through 1890. The settlement was originally the focus of a 39,683 acre Royal Patent granted to the French refugees on May 26, 1677. The homes are furnished with heirloom and period pieces that reflect their multi-generational family ownership. Included at the site are five Colonial era stone houses, a Federal period house, and a late Victorian house. Also, the French Church and burying ground, a library, carriage museum, museum, gift shop and picnic facilities. Adjacent to the site is the Huguenot Trail and Wildlife Sanctuary.

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2 1/2 hours -- leaves at 9:30am and 1:30pm, Adults $7, Senior Citizens $6, Children under 12 $3.50, children under 7 free.
SHORT TOUR - 2 houses & church - 1 1/2 hours, $4 per person

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Open late May thru September, Wednesday thru Saturday 9am thru 4pm. Closed Mondays and Tuesdays.

Huguenot Street Hours of Operation
Open May 1st through October.




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Century House & Widow Jane Mine
668 Route 213
Rosendale, 12472
Ulster County
(845)658-9900
FAX: (845)658-9277
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Eleazer Harding House
183 Old Mountain Road
Mount Hope, 10963
Orange County
(845)386-5214 or
(845)386-5945

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Fort Decker
127 Main Street
Port Jervis, 12771
Orange County
(845)856-2375
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Locust Lawn and Terwilliger House
400 Route 32
Gardiner, 12525
Ulster County
(845)255-1660
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