Open for only one day each year, the Hurley Stone Houses are treasures of the Hudson Valley. They may have been built in the 1600s, but this is no museum!
Each house is a fully functioning home, with real people living in them today. The families that live in these houses graciously open their doors to you for one day only!
See how these homes have stood the test of time while adapting to modern living. During this festive annual event, don’t miss the militia encampment, guides in colonial attire, the library fair, crafts and demonstrations at the working blacksmith, basket maker, old burial grounds and more! A unique and very special one-day-only glimpse into history!