Dutch Heritage World Tours publishes new bilingual audio tour in collaboration with Historic Huguenot Street
NEW PALTZ, NY (August 3, 2018) – In collaboration with Historic Huguenot Street, Dutch Heritage World Tours just published its third bilingual audio tour focused on shared Dutch-American heritage in New York State. “How Dutch is New York? - The New Paltz Huguenot Street Tour” - created in cooperation with the staff of Historic Huguenot Street - can be downloaded for free in the museum and travel app izi.TRAVEL.
Alternatively you can also look at and listen to this tour on the website of izi.TRAVEL.
This tour is part of a larger and unique project that promotes many Dutch-American heritage sites in the city and state of New York. Six more tours, all in English and Dutch, will be released later in August, and include walking tours and driving tours. For example, the Hudson Valley Tour has more than 20 sites to visit and features Historic Huguenot Street.
This project is supported as part of the Dutch Culture USA program by the Consulate General of the Netherlands in New York. Grants were also received from the Society of Daughters of Holland Dames in New York and the DutchCulture matching fund in the Netherlands.
For more information contact Dutch Heritage World Tours at email@example.com.
About Historic Huguenot Street
A National Historic Landmark District, Historic Huguenot Street is a 501(c)3 non-profit that encompasses 30 buildings across 10 acres comprising the heart of the original 1678 New Paltz settlement, including seven stone houses dating to the early eighteenth century. Historic Huguenot Street was founded in 1894 as the Huguenot Patriotic, Historical, and Monumental Society to preserve the nationally acclaimed collection of stone houses. Since then, Historic Huguenot Street has grown into an innovative museum, chartered as an educational corporation by the University of the State of New York Department of Education that is dedicated to protecting our historic buildings, preserving an important collection of artifacts and manuscripts, and promoting the stories of the Huguenot Street families from the seventeenth century to today.
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