Fort Plain Museum and Historic Park
This is the site of the original Ft Plain constructed 1778.
Van Alstyne Home and Tavern
The original structure was built by Martin Janse Van Alstyne, 1739.
Built byGerman Palatine settlers in 1770.
Christine Nellis Jr fortified the family home (1747) during the Revolution. The building later on became a Tavern and Store.
Stone Arabia Dutch Church
This reformed stone church was built in 1788.
General Herkimer Home
This Georgian style home was built by General Nicholas Herkimer in 1764.
Indian Castle Church
This church was built by Sir William Johnson in 1769.
Old Stone Fort
The Old Stone Fort Museum will host drill demonstrations by the Revolutionary War Tryon County Militia and 125th New York State Volunteer Infantry (Rensselaer County Regiment) on Saturday, May 5.
The demonstrations will take place throughout the museum’s normal Saturday business hours, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. This family friendly program will allow you the opportunity to interact with living historians dedicated to re-creating military and civilian life on the colonial frontier of New York.
All outdoor activities are free and open to the public.
Admission to the Old Stone Fort Museum Complex is $7 for adults, $6 for seniors, $2 for children ages 5-17, and free for Schoharie County Historical Society members and their spouses.
For more information visit the Old Stone Fort website at: https://theoldstonefort.org/event/revolutionary-war-and-civil-war-drill-demonstrations/?instance_id=2405
Fort Klock Historic Restoration in the Mohawk Valley, New York Colony 1750
Make your Trip, to the western Mohawk Valley, complete by visiting our friends at these other great Colonial American destinations. Links are provided where possible.