Fort Delaware Museum is a living history site, a replica of the fort-settlement called Cushetunk, built in 1755 by the Delaware Company Pioneers who settled in the Upper Delaware Valley. It was the first settlement of white people in the Delaware River valley. The museum consists of cabins, blockhouses and gardens, creating a vivid picture of the life of an 18thcentury settler.
A tour of the museum is guided by costumed interpreters who tell the story of the first Europeans who settled in the Upper Delaware River Valley and their place in local and early American history. The tour includes demonstrations of blacksmithing, cabin keeping, farming, candle making, musketry drills, cannon firings and more.
Address: 6615 New York 97, Narrowsburg, New York 12764, Phone: 845-252-6660
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