In 1524, explorer Giovanni da Verrazano described the cliffs along the
west bank of the Hudson River as "a fence of stakes," or "Palisades."

Join me for a colorful tour of one of New Jersey's most impressive
landmarks, from its formation and discovery to the American Revolution
and the creation of Palisades Interstate Park. Explore history along the
park's major trails, from abandoned riverfront beaches and ferry landings
to a vanished cliff top world of mansions and grand hotels. We'll also visit
Fort Lee, when it was the home of the silent movie industry, and Palisades
Amusement Park.

Fee: $100 (within 75 miles of Lyndhurst, NJ*)
$125  (76-125 miles)
$150 (126+ miles)

*excluding New York City and Long Island

Payment due on day of performance

I will bring all equipment needed for the program, including a digital
projector, computer, sound system, and portable screen.

I will arrive one hour before the start of the program to bring in and set up
my equipment. Please allow 30 minutes after the program to pack up and
remove equipment.

IMPORTANT: If the program is scheduled to follow a meeting, I will need
to carry in and set up my equipment BEFORE the meeting starts.
Top: The Palisades
Bottom: 1930s Riverfront Pavilion
To schedule presentations:

(201) 438-9566
Kevin Woyce
Author, Photographer, and Lecturer
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