Boscobel contains one of the nation’s leading collections of Federal Period furnishings, offering guided tours, events, and programs throughout the year.
Learn about the estate and its former owners, the influential Livingston Family, while enjoying the property’s four gardens and breathtaking views.
Oldest standing Jewish dwelling in North America; oldest historic house on the National Register of Historic Places in Orange County.
A National Historic Landmark District and museum dedicated to preserving the legacy of the Huguenot families who helped make America. Tours and special events year-round.
FDR’s picturesque Springwood estate is the site of the first US Presidential Library. Visit our museum to learn about the only president elected to four terms.
200-acre estate overlooking the Hudson River; 40-room Italianate mansion open for guided tours, gardens, hiking trails, art galleries.
Tour the Alexander Jackson Davis-designed mansion and surrouding gardens, woodlands, and waterfalls.
Come see early aeroplanes, automobiles, engines and memorabilia from 1900-1939. Weekend airshows mid-June through mid-October. Museum open daily May-October.
Opened during the Revolutionary War and site of the first New York State senate. Excellent example of 18th-century Dutch life typical of the period.
Hudson River School artist Frederic Church (1826-1900) designed Olana, his home, studio, and farm which showcases panoramic views of the Hudson Valley.
A remarkably complete example of the Gilded-Age country place, illustrating the cultural changes that occurred as America became industrialized.
The nation’s first publicly owned historic site and where General George Washington made a number of critical decisions affecting the country’s history.
Outstanding collection of America’s Military Treasures! Come and see the History of the US Army. Admission is FREE!
Take an exciting guided tour of the United States Military Academy at West Point. Tours leave from the Visitors Center Daily.
Nineteenth-century Queen Anne-style country house on the Hudson River open to the public May-October Thursday-Sunday.