Group Tour Packages

Start planning your group's tour in Ulster County today with these great packages.

Catskill Animal Sanctuary Group Tour
316 Old Stage Rd.

Catskill Animal Sanctuary is a non- profit organization dedicated to rescuing farmed animals and advocating compassionate living. Groups are welcome year round for an unforgettable private tour experience at our beautiful 110 acre sanctuary where you will meet our rescued animals, hear about the plight of each species and learn how our individual choices impact others. Tour packages with or without lunch are available. Discounts for non-profits and school groups.

For more information, visit:

To schedule your group tour, please contact Programs Assistant,
Christian Brunsat or call 845-336-8447, ext. 200.

Package Restrictions:
We ask that reservations be made two weeks in advance. For groups of 50 or more, we require a reservation at least 4 weeks in advance.

Historic Huguenot Street
88 Huguenot Street
New Paltz

Historic Huguenot Street preserves the village created by a small group of Huguenot refugees who founded New Paltz. This 10-acre National Historic Landmark District includes a Visitor Center, seven original historic stone houses dating from the early 1700s, a reconstructed 1717 Huguenot church, exhibit and program spaces, archaeological sites and a buriel ground that dates to the very first settlers.

Package 1: Guided Group Tour
This tour is approximately 1.5 hours long and features 3 of our historic stone houses. The Group decides which houses they would like to visit based on their interests.

Package 2: Costumed Group Tour
This tour is approximately 1 to 1.5 hours long and features an introduction in our reconstructed French Church followed by a tour of the Jean Hasbrouck House (1755-57) and the Deyo House (1895-1915). Guests are brought into the homes by a docent in period costume and taken into a specific moment in time.

Package 3: Catered Lunch
We offer our Guests 3 catered meal options on site in our Rental Space: Deyo Hall. They can choose from a Bagged Lunch, a Hot Buffett Lunch or a Hot Buffett Dinner.

Available Add Ons:
Lecture by guest speaker (visit for speaker information)
Walking Tour- See the exterior of the houses on Huguenot Street while learning about the Huguenots and the world they lived in.

For rates and more information, please contact Group Tour Contact, Kristine Gillespie,, or call 845-255-1660, ext. 108.

Package requirements:
Group rate requires a min of 15 people.
Must be booked in advance.
Requires a $75.00 deposit.

A Walk Through Time – Historic Kingston
Hosted by Hudson River Valley Tours

Visit historic Kingston, first settled in 1652 and the first capital of New York State. Burned by the British in 1777 some buildings were saved including The Senate House and Museum. Choice of: Toucan Hats or Candy Cane Factory. Then enjoy: Lunch at Mariner’s Harbor on the waterfront followed by a two-hour narrated Cruise on the Hudson River on the “Rip Van Winkle.”

To learn more, or to schedule a tour visit or call 845-658-3101.

Hudson River Cruises
36 Broadway, 
Kingston, NY 12401

TWO-HOUR SIGHTSEEING CRUISES (offered May thru October) allow you to relax and enjoy the captain’s narration with a clear view of Hudson River lighthouses, waterfront mansions, and other notable locations, plus some of the region’s most fascinating locations on the Hudson River waterfront!

For more information, visit or call (845) 340-4700.

Hudson River Cruises Dock
1 East Strand Street
Kingston, NY 12401


Phillies Bridge Farm Project
45 Phillies Bridge Rd
New Paltz, NY 12561

Phillies Bridge Farm Project is a not-for-profit working farm with a mission to promote local sustainable agriculture, to provide CSA shareholders with abundant organically grown vegetables and herbs, to share part of the harvest with people in need, and to educate people of all ages about the sources of healthy food and the study of nature.

Phillies Bridge Farm includes six acres of vegetable fields, an herb garden, a delightful children’s Discovery Garden, 45 acres of woodlands and wetlands, rolling pastures, and views of the Shawangunk Ridge. A Nature Trail extends in a 1½ mile loop from the big barn through woods and wetlands around to a view of the farm and the house from the top of the hill called “Sheep’s Nose.” Come learn, grow, and share with us!

In addition to the tour of the farm, your group can enjoy pick-your-own veggies, a tasting menu (small plates), or a farm-to-table meal with seasonal vegetables and local wine, beer or cider. Every tour is customized to the group's interests and we can create a short one-hour introductory outing or a more in-depth exploration four-hour journey.

For more info:
Please contact us for more details at 845-256-9108 or

Woodstock Playhouse Theatre and Jazz Festivals
103 Mill Hill Rd.

The Woodstock Playhouse, a Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area Site of History, located in Woodstock, NY, the most famous small town in the world that birthed the 1969 Woodstock Festival; presenting a World-Class Jazz Series on Sunday afternoons and Acclaimed Summer Theatre with ‘Mama Mia’ , ‘Disney's Newsies’, 'Deathrap' and ‘Hair’, June-August; 20% discount on group tickets of 20 or more; Weekday Matinees added per request. Visit for performance details.

For more information and group tickets, contact Douglas Farrell, Company Manager, phone 845-679-6900 or email

Package Restrictions:
Credit card usage fee is additional, but does not apply for check payments or bank transfers.


Tours of Historic Hurley
Enjoy a guided walking tour and hear the story of Hurley's history, its citizens, and its famous stone houses as you stroll down Main Street with your guide. The Hurley Heritage Society also presents special bus tours of Old Hurley by reservation. Learn more by calling (845) 331-8852 or visit:

Woodstock Farm Sanctuary
Experience the Woodstock Farm Sanctuary for a group tour. Tour includes a 90-minute sanctuary tour and a 40-minute humane education program (for youth) or a guided Q&A (for adults). Group tours are available from Wednesday - Friday for a group of 15+ from April - October. Groups pay a suggested admission of $10 per person. Learn more by calling (845) 247-5700 or visit:
Restrictions: Reservations must be made at least two weeks prior to group tour date. The minimum admission for a group tour is $150.