Brick House

850 Route 17K
Montgomery, 12549
845-457-4921

18th century estate of Nathaniel Hill. Colonial and Victorian furnishings. Special events throughout the year. Mid-May to mid-Oct. Sat & Sun, 10–4.

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Bull Stone House

183 County Route 51
Campbell Hall, 10916
845-496-2855

1722 fieldstone homestead continuously occupied by the Bull family for 10 generations. Original furnishings. Only New World Dutch Barn in the county. National Register of Historic Places. Tours by appointment.

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Crawford House

189 Montgomery Street
Newburgh, 12550
845-561-2585

Built in 1830, the mansion is Greek Revival with Federal elements. Spectacular views of Newburgh Bay and largest collection of Hudson River School paintings in the area. Hudson River sloop and steamboat models display. April–Oct. Sun 1–4, or by appointment. Call for schedule of events.

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Edmonston House

1042 Route 94
New Windsor, 12553
845-926-6290

Built in 1755, this stone home served as headquarters for General Horatio Gates, an intriguer and schemer during the Revolutionary War during the winter of 1783. After the war it was returned to the Edmonston family and is now restored to that period. Sun 2-5, July-Sept.

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Edwin Welling Van Duzer Memorial House

25 East Avenue
Middletown, 10940
845-342-0941

A museum of old Middletown in an 1887 home. Historical Society of Middletown & the Wallkill Precinct. Wed 1–5.

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Eleazer Harding House

183 Old Mountain Rd.
Otisville, 10963
845-386-5945

Circa 1790 home with herb garden, cooking hearth, exhibits. Different craft demonstrations monthly. Newly restored 19th century barn. House tours by appointment. FREE, donations accepted. On Cty Rte 90, 1 mile from intersection of Rte 211. May-Oct, 4th Sun. Noon-4.

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Fort Decker

127 Main Street
Port Jervis, 12771
845-856-2375

Revolutionary War site and 18th century historic house. Cooking demonstrations and tastings. Admission by donation. Last Saturday of the month, June-Oct, 1-4, or by appointment.

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Gomez Mill House

11 Mill House Road
Marlboro, 12542
845-236-3126

The oldest standing Jewish dwelling in North America, also home to a Revolutionary War Patriot, 19th century farmer, and an Arts & Crafts paper artisan. National Register of Historic Places. Apr–Nov. Wed-Sun. Tours 10:30am, 1:15pm, 2:45pm. Events and programs.

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Hill-Hold

128 Route 416
Campbell Hall, 10916
845-291-2404

1769 stone farmhouse on a historic farm. One room schoolhouse, summer kitchen, herb garden, smoke house and resident farm animals. Special events throughout the year. May–mid-Oct. Fri–Sun, 10–4.

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Jacob T. Walden House

34 North Montgomery Street
Walden, 12586
845-778-5218

18th century Dutch colonial house. Once owned by Jacob T. Walden for whom the village is named. Period furnishings on display. Apr-June and Sept-Nov, 3rd Wed evenings and by appointment (write PO Box 48).

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Knox’s Headquarters State Historic Site

289 Forge Hill Road
Vails Gate, 12584
845-561-5498

Elegant country estate of John Ellison occupied by Generals Knox, Greene and Gates successively during the Revolutionary War. Ruins of the 1741 mill, Silver Stream, and trails are located on the grounds. Special events. Memorial Day–Labor Day. Wed-Sat, 10-5. Sun 1-5.

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Morrison Hall

115 South Street
Middletown, 10940
845-344-6222

1906 “Mansion” of Orange County Community College. Magnificent example of turn-of-the-century craftsmanship with beautiful woodcarving, mosaic work, stenciling, ornate marble fireplaces, and a large stained glass window designed by Louis Comfort Tiffany. Daily 9–5.

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