Historic Sites & Museums in the Hudson Valley
Here in the Hudson River Valley, historic sites are a ubiquitous part of the Dutchess County landscape. Not only can you step back in time, you can choose which time -- pre-Revolutionary war, early Quaker days, the Gilded Age, or the early 20th century and the era of Franklin D. Roosevelt.
Van Wyck Homestead Museum
1732 Dutch Colonial homestead. Revolutionary War Headquarters 1776-83 of Fishkill Supply Depot and Barracks. Hudson Valley portraits, changing exhibits and events. Local history and genealogical library.... Read More
Vanderbilt Mansion National Historic Site
Gilded Age mansion was the home of Frederick and Louise Vanderbilt from 1896-1938. Includes formal gardens, grounds, hiking trails and spectacular views of the Hudson River.
Wethersfield Estate and Gardens
Epitome of a country gentleman's, Chauncey D. Stillman (1907-1989), estate of the late 20th century. Features a Carriage House Museum with 22 restored horse drawn carriages; a Main Residence... Read More
Wilderstein Historic Site
Hudson Valley Victoriana at its best. Home of Margaret (Daisy) Suckley, cousin and confidante of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Queen Ann style mansion, 1888 interiors designed by JB Tiffany; grounds... Read More
Hudson River stone castle constructed by artist/owners Peter and Toni Wing, using 85% salvaged materials from antique buildings.
Wing's Castle is the brainchild of artists Peter and Toni Ann Wing.... Read More