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Visit the oldest building in Schoharie County. As a living history museum, the Palatine House demonstrates how traditions of the past have shaped the future. A natural spring bubbles from the rock ledge, winding its way into a creek. Enjoy a stroll through the certified nature garden and visit with scarecrow, Nicholas, as he stands guard over the vegetables. A walking tour of the neighboring cemetery, which dates back to the earliest settlers, is also available. Feel free to bring a picnic and enjoy the peaceful setting.
Open hours are Memorial Day through Columbus Day, Saturdays and Sundays 12:00 – 5:00 PM, or by chance during the week. Educational programming is available for groups. For more information please call 518-813-3547 or email Palatinehouse1743@gmail.com. Visit our Facebook page for upcoming events and follow the historic blog about the Palatine’s journey to Schoharie at 1743palatinehouse.blogspot.com.