Old Stone Fort
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Thomas G
Pattersonville, นิวยอร์ก89 ผลงาน
คะแนน 5.0 จาก 5 แต้ม
ส.ค. ค.ศ. 2023 • ครอบครัว
Saw a sign for the old stone fort and decided to check it out. We were glad that we did! It is very unassuming from the outside, but inside, there is a ton of things. It has two floors with artifacts ranging from local revolutionary war history, some civil war, WWI and WWII, Indian items and from original local settlers. Staff was very kind and helpful. They surely did not have the knowledge of a US Park service Ranger or the Smithsonian but were enthusiastic. Don't forget to check out the visible cannon ball hole in the back.

Across the street, there are several historical buildings, such as a one room schoolhouse and a house from the German Palentine settlement. The kids enjoyed it as did we, and it was a pleasant experience.
เขียนเมื่อ 8 สิงหาคม ค.ศ. 2023
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erikasilvaramos
เบดฟอร์ด, นิวแฮมป์เชียร์6 ผลงาน
คะแนน 5.0 จาก 5 แต้ม
มิ.ย. ค.ศ. 2023 • คู่รัก
We had such a great time at the Old Fort! My fiancé loves history and he was super excited to share what he knows to me. Mike was very friendly and explained the town’s history to us
เขียนเมื่อ 19 มิถุนายน ค.ศ. 2023
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Jo
Loudonville, นิวยอร์ก9 ผลงาน
คะแนน 5.0 จาก 5 แต้ม
ก.ย. ค.ศ. 2022 • เดินทางคนเดียว
I love the updates done to Hartman’s Dorf House and it’s one of the few cabinet of curiosities exhibits to be found around here. Very cool place!
เขียนเมื่อ 31 ตุลาคม ค.ศ. 2022
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Janet G
1 ผลงาน
คะแนน 1.0 จาก 5 แต้ม
มิ.ย. ค.ศ. 2020 • เพื่อนๆ
Don’t bother going- the staff was useless and uninformed- the director’s breath reaked of alcohol - I have been there twice over a 5 year period and nothing has been changed or improved on. Very poor representation of local history. The programs never change- same old boring stuff! Don’t waist your time and or money- it’s not worth the trip!
เขียนเมื่อ 19 มีนาคม ค.ศ. 2021
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John R
เบย์ไซด์, นิวยอร์ก727 ผลงาน
คะแนน 4.0 จาก 5 แต้ม
ก.ย. ค.ศ. 2019
I was in the area and saw a brochure on the Old Stone Fort. I am a history buff and couldn't believe this fort was close to where I was staying. I got in the car and found a place "rich in history." Just to think that the church was built in 1772 was enough to capture my interest. Builders chiseled parishioners’ names into the stones. They include many of the early families of the valley. During the revolutionary time it became one of three forts along the Schoharie River, it was named Lower Fort. The stockade was removed in 1785 and the building continued serving as a church until 1844. For the past 125 years, visitors have learned about the first Dutch and German settlers in the Schoharie Valley and their Indian neighbors, viewing artifacts that date back to the early 1700s. The best artifact is the hole outside of the fort that was made from a British cannon. Stories of the Revolutionary War on the frontier are illustrated with muskets, swords, powder horns, and the British cannonball was recovered from a roof beam during renovations in the 1830s. Surrounding the the museum are other impressive exhibits. Being in education, my other favorite was the school house that was built in the 1800s. So much to learn about. I believe it is a great place for school trips.
เขียนเมื่อ 6 ตุลาคม ค.ศ. 2019
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lupaglupa
ออลบานี, นิวยอร์ก464 ผลงาน
คะแนน 4.0 จาก 5 แต้ม
ต.ค. ค.ศ. 2019
The museum in the old stone fort is 130 years old and seems to have had a consistent philosophy during its existence - if someone wants to donate it, we're happy to display it. The items in the old fashioned glass cases cover the ancient rocks through a recent hurricane damage and give glimpses into every facet of the surrounding area. Some of the historic materials are amazing - old letters from prominent Revolutionary War figures are a real treat to see. Some of the other exhibits take an enthusiast to appreciate ( there are a lot of rocks and arrowheads that, to an untrained eye, look much the same). All together it is charming and informative. Though we came without kids we did see several families happily engaged in a treasure hunt through the museum with the kids filling out a sheet of items they had searched for. Often a museum like this is dull to children but these kids seemed very engaged. One lack we felt was in an exhibit that told the story of the church itself and the dramatic events of the raids on Schoharie during the Revolutionary War when it was used as a place of shelter during raids. Still, the museum is well worth a visit.
เขียนเมื่อ 6 ตุลาคม ค.ศ. 2019
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Maurene_K
โดเวอร์, นิวแฮมป์เชียร์12,152 ผลงาน
คะแนน 4.0 จาก 5 แต้ม
ก.ย. ค.ศ. 2019
On a trip to the Capital Region for several days, I ventured into Schoharie in the Central New York Region for a long daytrip. The Old Stone Fort Museum Complex and Schoharie Valley Railroad Museum were the initial draws, but I found several other Schoharie attractions to visit that day.

On arrival before the official 10:00 AM opening, I started my tour on the grounds and buildings in the complex across the street from the Old Stone Fort Museum building.

When I was ready to step inside a building, I found the Badgley Museum Annex open. There was an honor system collection box with the admission charges posted:
$10.00 - Adults
$8.00 - Seniors & Active Duty Military
$3.00 - Ages 5-17
Free - Ages 0-4
I paid my admission there. Later, at the Old Stone Fort Museum building, I was told that it was not good enough to get into the museum. The man at the desk tried to charge me again. I left. That unpleasant incident left me with a poor impression of the way the museum operated. So, my advice is to pay admission there and not at the box at the Badgley Museum Annex.

But, anyway, what I did see there at the complex was worth the price of admission.

The Badgley Museum Annex touring area was a single room. It was set up for a meeting with metal folding chairs. The interesting things of this building were the items around the perimeter of the room. There was a painting of the area from the days of early settlement when it was mostly farmland. Near the front of the room was a painted chest with colorful designs that appeared to be Dutch. There was no info card about it. There was steeple clock from the 1841-1861 period, a Stafford pitcher dated 1839, pewter candlesticks, an organ form the 1800’s, a violin, and a bugle. There were also several portraits.

The lower level was accessed out back. That area held a 1903 Rambler, the first car in Schoharie. The photo in the tourism-promotion brochure depicted the antique car in perfect condition. The one on display was anything but. So, as a fan of antique autos, that exhibit was a very big disappointment to me. There was also a blacksmith shop set up there.

Next was the Warner House, a Greek Revival home dated circa 1830. That housed the Scribner Exhibit: 20th Century Communication Technology which consisted of various types of media equipment that included microphones and speakers from public address systems, about 50 TV tubes, a large cabinet radio, about two dozen table and portable radios, and cameras. There was a sizable exhibit of memorabilia and equipment from The Middleburgh Telephone Company. There was a sign from the company’s 100th anniversary. An old-fashioned hand-cranked wall telephone and info cards on how telephones worked in the era of telephone operators. There was also a 1952 wall model of the early direct-dial telephone. I found that display particularly interesting. Another section of the exhibit had slide and movie projectors. There were old TV’s with rabbit ears antennae. One was a 1946 Dumont. That building had a lot of items and information. One walks out of there having learned a thing or two. Youngsters would learn a lot more.

The next building was the Jackson Law Office that dated circa 1830. As expected, it had his desk and law books. There was a quaint-looking antique stove in the center of the room. The building later became a courthouse and a polling station. It was surprising because it was a relatively small one-room building. The part I found most interesting was a display of keyed handcuffs. The info board that accompanied it told about gypsies traveling through Schoharie County in the early 20th century and how constables would escort them through with no stops allowed. And, people would warn one another by telephone that the gypsies were coming. Also, the county’s way of dealing with peddlers was to make them purchase licenses to sell.

Next was the Oliver Schoolhouse built circa 1863. It was a one-room school. Some of the desks were individual; others were tables for two side by side. The wood-burning stove was front and center near the teacher’s desk. Glass cases held learning tools such as flash cards, a wooden hornbook, text books, dictionary, etc.

The next building was the Lacko Barn from circa 1830. The Historical Society rescued it from the wrecking ball when Route 30 was being realigned. It came from the Town of Fulton. It was not open.

Next was the Hartmann’s Dorf Palatine House from circa mid-1700’s and one of the oldest buildings in the county. The Palatines were German settlers who came from the Middle Rhine Region. That building was not open.

The last building I the complex was the Shaeffer-Ingold Dutch Barn from the 1700’s. I found the diagram of the plans and the accompanying key to explain it quite interesting. Inside were many farm implements. One item of great interest was the Waldron-Sisson Turntable, a large treadmill with a wheel that could be hooked up to a large dog or sheep to power a washing machine or butter churn.

There was also a small outhouse from the early 1900’s.

The Old Stone Fort building had some damage from cannonballs during the American Revolutionary War when Loyalists and forces under Mohawk Capt. Joseph Brant raided the Schoharie Valley. I did not tour that building’s interior because of the policy to charge a second admission fee to people who paid at the honors system box at Badgley Museum Annex.

I enjoyed my tour of the Old Stone Fort Museum Complex. I was there about three hours. The museum encompassed three centuries in its buildings; and, it had a lot of items of interest.

Overall, I rate the Old Stone Fort Museum Complex at 4.50. I highly recommend a visit to this museum.

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เขียนเมื่อ 29 กันยายน ค.ศ. 2019
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therese l
Cobleskill, นิวยอร์ก840 ผลงาน
คะแนน 5.0 จาก 5 แต้ม
ก.ย. ค.ศ. 2019
Even when I went to visit the restroom, I got distracted by the wonderful historical artifacts here! There are several building filled with historical items and interactive exhibits. We attended a lecture about the history of the area that was engaging and interesting, and the audience was very much into it! They offer a wide variety of programs appealing to all sorts of interests.
เขียนเมื่อ 22 กันยายน ค.ศ. 2019
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vrfling
นิวยอร์ก61 ผลงาน
คะแนน 5.0 จาก 5 แต้ม
ก.ย. ค.ศ. 2019
first of all the woman who works there is amazing - so knowledgeable. Great exhibits - lots of buildings. Interesting cemetery with great memorials to the war heroes. plan on 1+ hours.
เขียนเมื่อ 22 กันยายน ค.ศ. 2019
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CWBsmom
กรีนวิช, นิวยอร์ก98 ผลงาน
คะแนน 4.0 จาก 5 แต้ม
ส.ค. ค.ศ. 2019 • ครอบครัว
Nice museum with a lot of local history. It is self guided and has several buildings which was nice as one of the staff members was loudly complaining about her recent hospital stay and her horrible sinus infection. Very unprofessional and I was glad to go on to the next building. There was a young man who was very nice and explained the uses of the items on the table you could touch. Some very cool items and if you are a history buff, it is worth the stop.
เขียนเมื่อ 18 สิงหาคม ค.ศ. 2019
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