Van Alstyne Homestead Society and Museum is a fortified homestead, typical of 18th-century Dutch architecture, featuring colonial artifacts, furnishings and 19th century images of historic sites by artist Rufus Grider. The long, low rectangular fieldstone house was built in 1730 with a steeply pitched gambrel roof and a garrett under the roof. A 2.5-story frame addition runs across the rear. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1983. Open Saturdays 12pm-4pm, May 23 to September 5

Events at this Location
Jun 06, ’15 1:00pm – Jun 06, ’15 4:00pm – National Dairy Month Celebration at the Homestead
Jun 13, ’15 1:00pm – Jun 13, ’15 4:00pm – 2nd Annual Picnic Day at the Homestead