Join us on June 3rd for our FREE virtual Cheddar’s Preschool Story Hour!
Thank you for your continued patience and support. We are happy to report that the Village will reopen in phases starting in June. The timeline is guided by our ability to implement cleaning protocols, timed entries, and social distancing that provide a safe comfortable environment for visitors and staff. You may not see the smiles behind our masks, but we promise a warm Village welcome and new ways to learn and share in small groups including “Resilience on the Home Front”, a new Village-wide exhibit that will open in July.
All our May Blacksmithing classes are currently paused as the Village adheres to guidelines around COVID-19. Follow us on Facebook for more information and new content.
Learn more about the classes we offer with Resident Metalsmith Rose Weiss
Welcome to Pathway to Preservation where you can monitor the restoration of the 1837 Niles Barnard House taking place in 2020.
View our Spring Village Press to learn about current events and happenings around the Village. Everything in this issue is currently on pause as we adhere to guidelines around COVID-19 but these will be rescheduled!
Due to the guidelines set around COVID-19, our May walks have been canceled.
Follow us on Facebook for ideas as you take a walk on your own!
The May Constitution Café at Troy Historic Village is postponed due to guidelines around COVID-19.
A beautiful place for scheduled and unscheduled activities throughout all seasons!
The Troy Historic Village is home to lovely weddings of both intimate indoor and beautiful outdoor ceremonies.