1741 Mesier Homestead and Museum Historic Site Open for Guided Tours | Mesier Homestead and Museum | Lectures & Talks | Chronogram Magazine

Lectures & Talks

1741 Mesier Homestead and Museum Historic Site Open for Guided Tours

When: Sun., Jan. 19, 1-4 p.m. 2020

Volunteer-led guided tours of the 1741 Mesier Homestead by the Wappingers Historical Society. Snow date is 1/26/2020. Come learn about the history of the Homestead, beginning in 1741 when a Dutchman and his son settled here, built the first stone house in the village and developed mills along the Wappingers Creek. Discover the story of Peter Mesier, a Tory loyalist, his store and the Wappingers Tea Party of 1777. Explore the Victorian Era-styled rooms of the Homestead and their displays of local antiquities, and see a portion of our collection of Native American artifacts.

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