One Day Only! Stone Houses with Justin Ferate

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A unique and very special, one day only glimpse into history! The famous Hurley Stone Houses are treasures of the Hudson Valley, built by early Colonial settlers in the 1600’s. Tour this collection of ten historic, stone homes with renowned historian and tour guide, Justin Ferate. The Hurley Houses are a special window into America’s past. But this is no museum – each is a fully functioning home for real
people. The families that actually live in these houses have 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! Start the day in nearby New Paltz, the site of the Huguenot Street Stone Houses. Different than Hurley, these houses are no longer lived in. Each is a standalone museum representing life as it was more than 400 years ago, each with its own story to tell. Lunch will be at Deyo Hall, the centerpiece of Huguenot Street, featuring historic artifacts, archeology exhibits and more!

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  • $121 per person
  • Travel Protection only 10%


  • Guided Tour with Justin!
  • Admission to Once a Year Event
  • Lunch Inside Deyo Hall
  • Tour Director, Taxes and Gratuities


Saturday July 9th, 2016

  • Yonkers 8:00 am
  • Mamaroneck 8:30 am
  • White Plains 9:00 am


Saturday July 9th, 2016

  • White Plains 6:00 pm
  • Mamaroneck 6:30 pm
  • Yonkers 7:00 pm