While every effort is made to adhere to the schedule, it may be necessary to revise the calendar. Call to confirm dates and times (845) 831-8172. In addition to the events listed, Mount Gulian is open for tours on Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays from
April 26th through October 25th. Tours are given between 1:00 and 5:00 pm, with the last tour at 4 pm. The fee is $8/adults; $6/seniors; $4 youngsters (6-18 years of age). Mount Gulian members are free. Tours for schools and groups are available throughout the year
by reservation. Call 845-831-8172.
Children’s Spring Tea
Thursday, April 2
Noon to 2 pm
Snowdate April 11
This is one of our most popular programs so be sure to reserve early. Enjoy afternoon tea with young family members and friends. You’ll be served scones, crustless sandwiches, an assortment of homemade desserts and a selection of teas from Harney & Sons. Includes a craft for the children. This is our only until December. Reserve soon as seats fill very quickly!
$18 Adult, $15 Child
Prepaid reservations by March 26
Dinner and Conversation with Thomas Paine
5:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Enjoy a four-course 18th century meal with Thomas Paine, finely portrayed by an actor from the American Historical Theatre. Author of the pamphlet Common Sense, Paine challenged the authority of the British government and the royal monarchy. The plain language that Paine used was the first work to openly ask for independence from Great Britain. Impressed with the publication, General Washington had it read to all his troops. Join us in toasting this unsung hero. Candlelight dinner in our 18th century Dutch barn, prepared by Bridgecreek Catering. Period music by Julie and James Paradies.
Silent and live auctions. Cocktails on the riverside lawn. $150 per person.
Prepaid reservations by May 22.
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Mount Gulian Historic Site
145 Sterling Street
Beacon, New York 12508