Clermont State Historic Site was the Hudson River seat of NY's politically and socially prominent Livingston Family. The site offers tours, educational programs and a variety of special events. The grounds are open year-round for hiking and picnicking.Getting There | Amenities Information | Maps
A view from any angle of this magnificent fort is breathtaking. Visitors are encouraged to tour and discover the original ruins of the 18th-century structures. Watch the story of Crown Point on the new video presentation & interactive exhibits.
This 50 room country estate was one of the largest domestic structures built in the U.S. between the Revolutionary and Civil Wars. Located just outside of Cooperstown.Getting There | Amenities Information
High in New York State's Adirondack Mountains is the home and grave of abolitionist John Brown. Special programs include civil war encampments and musical performances.Getting There | Amenities Information | Maps
Enjoy special events and tours at Lorenzo, an estate occupied by 5 generations of the Lincklaen/Ledyard family. Located in the charming villiage of Cazenovia.
Guests enjoy guided and self-guided tours of Olana, a masterpiece created by Frederic Church, renowned American artists of the Hudson River School. The landscapes with panoramic vistas of the Hudson River and the Catskill Mountains, like the house, were designed by Church.Getting There | Amenities Information | Maps
Enjoy many special events here like live music and interactive learning at Schoharie Crossing. Discover the stories and the wonders of the Erie Canal at your leisure through the new tour by cell.Getting There | Amenities Information | Maps
This elegant mansion restored to its turn-of-the-century appearance, is open for tours of the house and grounds. Experience some of the many special events that take place throughout the year at this Hudson Valley gem.Getting There | Amenities Information | Maps