Historic Huguenot StreetNew Paltz, NY (July 12, 2023) –Historic Huguenot Street (HHS) is proud to present Boos & Brews, Haunted Huguenot Street Site Tour.

Every Friday evening in July, HHS will be offering walking tours of the National Historic Landmark District that focus on the eerie and unexplained occurrences in New Paltz history. Guests will meet at the DuBois Fort Visitor Center at 7:30 PM for a glass of locally-made hard cider or craft beer. Then, an exterior walking tour will head down one of the oldest streets in America, as both the myths and real-life frightening events that have haunted Huguenot Street for centuries are explored.

Dates for August and September Boos and Brews tours are forthcoming and will be listed on the HHS calendar once available: https://www.huguenotstreet.org/calendar-of-events.

Admission includes one beverage of choice. Bottled water and sweet cider will also be available. The tour discusses topics such as death, murder, and suicide, and parental supervision is required for children under 13. $22 General Admission. $17 Discounted Admission for HHS members, seniors, students, veterans, active military members, and their families, and children under 13. Free admission for children under 6. 

Sponsored by Marshall and Sterling & Lothrop Associates.

This program is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Governor and the New York State Legislature.

About Historic Huguenot Street

A National Historic Landmark District, Historic Huguenot Street (HHS) is a 501(c)3 non-profit dedicated to preserving a pre-Revolutionary Hudson Valley settlement and engaging diverse audiences in the exploration of America's multicultural past, in order to understand the historical forces that have shaped America. As an educational institution founded by the town’s French-speaking Protestant descendants and chartered by the University of the State of New York Department of Education, HHS explores the lives of the early European colonists, honors the region’s Indigenous people, and acknowledges the enslaved and disenfranchised peoples who built this place. Today, HHS is recognized as an innovative museum and community gathering place, providing visitors with an inclusive presentation of our shared past. For more information visit www.huguenotstreet.org.



Sarah Levy

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