Введение

ВведениеHow Dutch is New York? - The New Paltz Huguenot Street Tour

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  1. Информация о туре
  2. Информация о туре

    IMPORTANT!
    READ THIS FIRST!
     
    Before you press ‘Start’, please read this Introduction to the audio tour first. The introduction will give you a short history of Historic Huguenot Street and its Dutch roots, and it will provide you with a brief explanation as to how to use this audio tour.
     
    Introduction

    Welcome to Historic Huguenot Street.
    Located in New York State’s historic Hudson Valley with the beautiful Shawangunk Ridge nearby, Historic Huguenot - or Huguenot - Street features the most significant, intact architectural concentration of late seventeenth- and early eighteenth-century stone houses in the United States. At our ten-acre National Historic Landmark District, visitors experience over three-hundred years of history through the lens of a French Huguenot community as it evolved over time. Tours begin with an introduction to the pre-colonial Native American landscape and the religion, culture, and architecture of New Paltz’s earliest European settlers. The experience continues as guests visit fully furnished houses reflecting unique human narratives and changing tastes across the Colonial and Federal periods, through the Gilded Age, and into the early twentieth century.
     
    The audio tour starts at the Bevier-Elting House. Coming from the parking lot turn left on Huguenot Street. Close to each stop the audio information will start automatically, because you walk into a GPS-zone. If the audio doesn’t start, you can either read the information or tap on the number you are at on the screen. This will set off the audio.

    At the Bevier-Elting House press ‘Start’ and you will begin your walking tour of Historic Huguenot Street.

  3. 1 Bevier-Elting House
  4. 2 DuBois Fort
  5. 3 Esopus-Munsee Native American Wigwam
  6. 4 Deyo House
  7. 5 Jean Hasbrouck House
  8. 6 Crispell Memorial French Church
  9. 7 1799 (LeFevre) House
  10. 8 Abraham Hasbrouck House
  11. 9 Freer-Low House
  1. Информация о туре

    IMPORTANT!
    READ THIS FIRST!
     
    Before you press ‘Start’, please read this Introduction to the audio tour first. The introduction will give you a short history of Historic Huguenot Street and its Dutch roots, and it will provide you with a brief explanation as to how to use this audio tour.
     
    Introduction

    Welcome to Historic Huguenot Street.
    Located in New York State’s historic Hudson Valley with the beautiful Shawangunk Ridge nearby, Historic Huguenot - or Huguenot - Street features the most significant, intact architectural concentration of late seventeenth- and early eighteenth-century stone houses in the United States. At our ten-acre National Historic Landmark District, visitors experience over three-hundred years of history through the lens of a French Huguenot community as it evolved over time. Tours begin with an introduction to the pre-colonial Native American landscape and the religion, culture, and architecture of New Paltz’s earliest European settlers. The experience continues as guests visit fully furnished houses reflecting unique human narratives and changing tastes across the Colonial and Federal periods, through the Gilded Age, and into the early twentieth century.
     
    The audio tour starts at the Bevier-Elting House. Coming from the parking lot turn left on Huguenot Street. Close to each stop the audio information will start automatically, because you walk into a GPS-zone. If the audio doesn’t start, you can either read the information or tap on the number you are at on the screen. This will set off the audio.

    At the Bevier-Elting House press ‘Start’ and you will begin your walking tour of Historic Huguenot Street.

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  • Mary Ann Scully

    5 out of 5 rating 07-04-2019

    Found this app by accident Used it all day to find background on a last minute tour we were constructing to reconnect my husband and son to their Dutch heritage Connection to GPS made it seamless