New York State History Month
November 25th, 2017
Open House at The Marshall House
The Marshall House is a private residence. Visits by appointment.
Reservations can be made by email to email@example.com or telephone 518-695-3765.
A suggested donation is 10 dollars per adult. Children free. Special conditions for groups.
Visitors are asked to park either on the grass on the east side of the road (200 feet) below The Marshall House or in the adjacent parking lot at Lock 5. Those who have difficult walking up the hill can be dropped off at the house before parking.
The Marshall House is a National Historic Place.
Please, visit for full information www.themarshallhouse.org.
Visitors can experience the ordeal in the very cellar wherein took refuge Baroness Frederika Riedesel with her three young daughters, other women, wounded and dying soldiers of the British Army during its catastrophic retreat ending in its surrender after the Battles of Saratoga.
That terrifying week will come back to life with the thirty minute reenactment by the Baroness relating her tribulation in those famous days.
While watching, visitors will be standing on a floor bloodstained by the wounded.
Bibliophiles will have an opportunity to view the first (1827) edition in English of the Baroness Riedesel's celebrated Journal.
Please, remember, reservations can be made by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 518-695-3765.