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Constructed in the first half of the 18th century, the Abraham Hasbrouck House is one of the most architecturally significant colonial-era stone houses in the Hudson Valley and provides an important understanding of the construction and evolution of these homes. Throughout the evening you can to visit the Abraham Hasbrouck House and learn about its history while getting an inside look at the work to preserve and interpret it for the public. 

Nestled along the Wallkill River and just below the breathtaking Shawangunk Ridge, Historic Huguenot Street sits in the center of the New Paltz Village and the heart of the Hudson Valley. Make a weekend of your journey to the Fall Harvest Celebration and experience the region’s unrivaled natural surroundings, enjoy a glass of wine at a local vineyard, pick some apples, or sample the region’s agricultural bounty at a local farm stand or farmers market. Book a room with one of our exclusive hotel partners.