A schedule of events, hosts and exhibits; location; hours of operation; and a brief history.
Take a tour through one of Ulster County’s oldest homes with special guide Archie Ant! Learn about the first owner, the archaeological dig, and the special events throughout the season.
A fun activity that takes you around the Museum to find all types of different, historical items.
A fun program to give students the opportunity to learn about and participate in activies that were popular in the Colonial era.
Illustrations and text about the history of Kingston, New York from 1609 to 1784. The Coloring Book is posted here with permission from the former Stockade Committee at the Friends of Historic Kingston, Florette Myers, Chair. (Please note, this book is no longer available in hard-copy.)
A curriculum appropriate for grades four through seven. Using historical records, students will delve into the life and times of a 17th century Dutch Colonial family to learn about the economics, government, cultures and attitudes of the Dutch in New Netherland.
The emphasis of this curriculum is on the inhabitants of Wiltwyck in the 17th century, in particular the Van Imbroch family, who were the first to occupy what is now the Matthewis Persen House Museum. We encourage educators to include a tour of the Persen House when using this guide. Contact Us to plan your field trip.
(Please note, the below reports are not available in hard-copy.)
Part 1 of the report and findings of Dr. Joseph E. Diamond, Ph. D., of the archaeological data recovery at the Matthewis Persen House. Part 2 Here.
Part 2 of the report and findings of Dr. Joseph E. Diamond, Ph. D., of the archaeological data recovery at the Matthewis Persen House. Part 1 here.