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HHT Launches Virtual Dutch Heritage Trail

HHT’s partner historic houses represent many facets of a shared Dutch-American cultural heritage. Featuring original architecture and interiors, historic collections, and more recent reconstructions, these historic sites follow the threads […]

King Manor, a yellow house with black shutters, is pictured with piles of dirt in the yard. The exposed ground shows the infrastructure built for the HVAC reconstruction preservation project.

Capital Team Completing King Manor’s HVAC Reconstruction Preservation Project

Preservation projects are not always glamorous, but they’re crucial to the survival of our historic houses and their collections.

Ceiling of Van Cortlandt house damaged. Large section of plaster has fallen off the white ceiling, leaving wooden panels exposed.

Van Cortlandt Ceiling Damage Repaired

After months of museum closures due to COVID-19, the small community-based nonprofits that operate the museums under HHT’s care have seen unparalleled revenue losses and staff reductions, as well as threats to the safety of historic collections and buildings.

Van Cortlandt House, a two-story historic home of light brown bricks and soft blue roof, with historic slave dwelling behind.

Slave Dwelling Project Offers an Immersion in Enslaved Experience

Overnight stay at local plantation aims to promote inclusive history and explore the local legacy of slavery

A group of museum volunteers poses for a photo on the steps of a historic house while holding a flag with the red-and-white Historic House Trust logo.

Roof Raisers Curatorial Brigade Expands Its Support Skills

HHT’s Roof Raisers Curatorial Brigade (RRCB) is a vibrant group of trained volunteers who have been assisting in the care of historic collections at HHT’s partner historic sites since 2013.

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