When you get to Historic Huguenot Street, please park in the parking lot on Broadhead Avenue (across from 6 Broadhead Avenue). Following the directional signs from the parking lot onto the carriage path, you will arrive at the DuBois Fort Visitor Center. At the Visitor Center, you can purchase tour tickets, browse special exhibitions, watch our new informational video, and visit the Museum Shop.
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.
The following tours have been scheduled and are unavailable to the public:
September 6: 11 AM; 12:30, 2, or 3:30 PM
September 7: 10:30 and 11 AM; 12:30, 2, 2:30, 3 or 3:30 PM
September 8: 11 AM; 12:30, 2, or 3:30 PM
September 9: 11:30 AM; 1 or 2:30 PM
September 10: 10:30, 11, or 11:30 AM; 12, 1, or 2:30 PM
September 12: 11:30 AM; 1, or 2:30 PM
September 13: 10:30 and 11 AM; 12, 12:30, 1:30, 2, 3 or 3:30 PM
September 20: 10:30 and 11 AM; 12, 12:30, 1:30, 2, 3 or 3:30 PM
September 27: 10:30 and 11 AM; 12, 12:30, 1:30, 2, 3 or 3:30 PM
Photography & Videotaping
Photography of the grounds and house exteriors is permitted, provided that the images are for personal use only. Neither videotaping nor tripods of any type are allowed on tours.
For Commercial Use
Because Historic Huguenot Street is a private organization, we cannot allow photographs for commercial purposes without express and limited permission in advance. Please click here for Historic Huguenot Street’s current policies for commercial use, and email firstname.lastname@example.org to request permission for interior and/or commercial photographs.
For Your Comfort
Keep in mind: our museum houses can be a bit colder than outdoors, and some of the museum houses are not heated. You'll also want to wear comfortable shoes, as the houses are stretched out over an area about the size of eight city blocks.
Food & Beverage
There is a shaded picnic grove on the grounds, and seats available at the Visitor Center. However, out of concern for the preservation of our collections, food and beverages are not allowed in the museum houses. Huguenot Street is located just a short walk from several local eateries that cater to a variety of dietary needs - HHS staff will be happy to recommend our favorites.