Fodor's Expert Review Fort Delaware Museum

Narrowsburg Museum/Gallery
This replica of a 1755 fort depicts the lives of European settlers who made their home in the Upper Delaware Valley. The settlement, called Cushetunk, was mostly farmers who had moved to the region in search of land. They formed the Delaware Company and purchased 10 miles of land along both sides of the river and built a fort for protection. This authentic reproduction of the wooden structure includes blockhouses, log cabins, an armory, herb gardens, and costumed guides who demonstrate what life was like here in the 18th century. Open weekends from Memorial Day through Labor Day.
Museum/Gallery Historical Family

Quick Facts

Narrowsburg, New York  USA

845-252—6660

www.narrowsburg.org

Sight Details:
Rate Includes: $7, Closed Tues.–Thurs.

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