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Visit historic Hurley, New York—1 hour from Albany, 2+ hours from Manhattan.

 

 
65th Annual
 



 

Saturday, July 11th, 2015
10:00 am to 4:00 pm, rain or shine
 
(Houses close promptly at 4 pm)

 
Each year on the second Saturday in July, some of America’s oldest stone houses —all private homes— are opened to the public. This year, several of the 225–325-year-old homes in the old Dutch village, settled 354 years ago, will be open for your enjoyment. The time you spend in each house is at your discretion.
 

Other attractions include:
  a 1777 Ulster Militia Encampment,   
  guides in colonial attire,   
  crafts and demonstrations, and   
  a Town Library Fair, with collectibles and books sales.   
 
Other support services include free parking (this includes tour buses) and a cafeteria.
 
Click here for information regarding tickets.

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  Bridge news:
 
Those of you who were here last year may remember the circuitous trips that the Stone House Day shuttle buses had to take to get to the outlying houses, due to a bridge being out.
 
You may be pleased to hear that the bridge has now been replaced with a new bridge, and is indeed open for service.
 



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