This is a nice place to walk around though there's really not too much to do and they don't often have people around here to explain what things are. Nevertheless, if you're looking for a nice place to walk around this is a great place - especially in the fall!
We visited this village last weekend while camping in the Delaware Water Gap. We were pleasantly surprised when we got there. It is such a cute little village! There are volunteers and park employees available during open hours to explain what the village is about and ask questions. I really enjoy these types of places and so does my husband,... 更多
Most of the time the village buildings are closed. One weekend in the fall they are open with demonstrations. Find out what weekend that is and visit then. Otherwise it is just worth a stop if you are passing by.
This would be wonderful if we wouldve caught it while reenactments were going on. However, to wander around and take in the sights was great as well. An easy walk. Wish the buildings were open to experience a self tour a little better.
Although we are usually birding in the area of Old Mine Road, going through and visiting the adorable old Millbrook Village is always something we enjoy. The buildings are old, yet remind us that there was once a bustling village here, probably much like the days of when Jamestown was the place to be in VA. We love the sights.... 更多
Rustic old building,people working as they did pre-modern times.You have the family on a enjoyable day together.The people are dressed as they did at that time period.Fresh air,a picnick,a chance to see nature,the Delaware River.Put the phones away and step back in time
Most of the time the buildings are closed. You can still walk around and look at them from the outside. Millbrook Days which happen in the Fall are fun and packed with activities. Great hiking and fishing in the area.
It may not be mine, but it belongs to the history of every community. Here you can see such history maintained with good detail and upkeep while walking along the trail. They have an old well and several old buildings, one of which provides some audio narration in describing the life of a person from the era. A good place... 更多
The Feds decided to build a giant dam on the Delaware river but a few dedicated conservationists and "the New York Times" eventually killed the project. The Feds also moved a number of buildings to the site because they realized that it would never be flooded. Today these ancient buildings and a thriving community make a marvelous place to visit... 更多