Visit Historic Huguenot Street

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Historic Huguenot Street is open for its regular guided-tour season.

  • 1st Saturday in May to October 31: Open every day except Wednesdays, 10 AM to 5 PM.

  • November 1 to 3rd Sunday in December: Open on weekends only from 10 AM to 5 PM, and by appointment.

  • 3rd Monday in December to 1st Friday in May: Closed; tours available on weekdays by appointment only.

  • During the regular-guided tour season, 60-minute tours are available every half hour beginning at 10:30 AM, with the last tour departing from the DuBois Fort Visitor Center at 3:30 PM.

 
 
 
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TICKET PRICING

At our 10-acre National Historic Landmark District, visitors experience over 300 years of history as they tour the interiors of three historic house museums and a replica wigwam.

Period rooms and exhibits tell the story of a French Huguenot settlement as it evolved over time, and also reveal the history of the area’s Native and enslaved African peoples and Dutch settlers.

Guided Tour: $12
$10 for seniors, students, and members. Free for SUNY New Paltz students, children 12 and under, veterans, and active military families as part of the Blue Star Museums program.

 
Every time I go I learn something new .
 
 

Delving into the Past

Historic Huguenot Street inspires guests to think in new ways about American history.

 
 
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ACCESSIBILITY

Historic Huguenot Street strives to make its grounds, exhibits, and programs accessible to everyone, wherever possible, with understandable limitations given the historic nature of the buildings and grounds. For more information about the accessibility of museum houses, please contact the Main Office at (845) 255-1660.  It is helpful to inform us in advance if you plan to visit the site with someone who has limited mobility so that we can ensure we are prepared.

Download Our Free Walking Tour App

A free walking tour of the National Historic Landmark District, featuring histories of the historic houses on the street with background information and archival photos, as well as photos of the house interiors and the collections pieces within.

 
 

At Historic Huguenot Street, visitors learn about real individuals who populated the community.

 
 
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Private Group Tours

Group tours are available by prior arrangement.  Fees vary according to the scope of the tour and the number of the participants.  Minimum fees apply.  One tour leader per group will be admitted free of charge, but a donation is encouraged.  We appreciate at least two weeks’ notice for group tours of more than 12 participants. To schedule a group tour, please contact Kristine Gillespie, Retail and Tourism Manager, at (845) 255-1660 or tours@huguenotstreet.org.

 
 

School Group Tours

To schedule a school group, please contact Alyssa Bruno, School Programming Coordinator, at (845) 255-1660 ext. 118 or education@huguenotstreet.org.

Tour and Activity: $8 per student and chaperone (minimum attendance 15 students; one free chaperone per every 10 students).