Hudson Valley Sights

Bevier House Museum

  • 2682 U.S. 209 Map It
  • Marbletown

Updated 05/15/2014

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Set back from U.S. 209 between the center of Stone Ridge and Hurley is the Bevier House Museum, which dates from 1690 and is the headquarters of the Ulster County Historical Society. Among the house-tour highlights are the scullery, which contains early building and food-prep tools (some from the 17th century), and an extensive collection of Civil War artifacts, including guns, photos, drums, and uniform pieces. A small gift shop has books about local history and architecture.

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2682 U.S. 209, Marbletown, New York, 12484, United States

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Sight Details:

  • $6
  • May–Oct., Thurs.–Sun. noon–5

Updated 05/15/2014


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