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Discover over 360 years of history from home with virtual experiences created by the dedicated staff and volunteers of HHT’s partner historic house museums. Use the portal below to transport yourself through time with fun activities for the whole family, including behind-the-scenes tours, musical performances, cooking demonstrations, and more!

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19th Century Hair Tutorial

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Arts & Culture in Quarantine

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Arts & Culture in Quarantine Series

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Bowne House: On the Path To Freedom

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CATALYST: Art and Social Justice Virtual Tour

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Dyckman at Home

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Farm Fibers: Distance Learning Lesson

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Grace Lee Boggs: Jackson Heights & Elmhurst Years

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Hands on History

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History of Valentine-Varian House (Multilingual)

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King Manor in Context

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Lefferts At Home

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Lewis H. Latimer, Electrical Pioneer and Inventor, a Seldom-Told History

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Lost Inwood: Dyckman Farmhouse Artist Views 1819-2019

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Make Your Own Colonial Plant Book

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Merchant’s House “At Home”

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Old Stone House Garden Video Series

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Pollinators: Distance Learning Lesson

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Someone Lived Here Podcast: Lewis Latimer House

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Spring Chickens: Distance Learning Lesson

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The Enslaved People Project Resources

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The First Ladies of Gracie Mansion

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The Trials of John Bowne Blog

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Virtual Talk: DyckmanDISCOVERED

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What Can A 300-Year Old Farmhouse Tell Us About Metropolitan New York?

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Wyckoff From Home

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