Immersion Tour: Native Voices are interconnected tours placing Native American experiences at the center of Albany History. These tours show new research on Dirck Ten Broeck's role as a Commissioner of Indian Affairs, and his son's intercultural fluency. The tour concludes at the Albany Institute of History & Art with a self-guided tour of historic artifacts representing these Native perspectives, and a final stop in the AIHA's renowned Hudson River School galleries. The classic landscapes will take on a whole new significance with the historical context of Native American experiences. The tours are June 24, July 22, August 26, and September 23.
Tickets are available through the Ten Broeck Mansion’s website: www.tenbroeckmansion.org. Visitors are asked to follow NYS health guidelines, including preregistering for tours, practicing social distancing and wearing facemasks.