Distinctly Dutchess Great Estates Pass includes discounted admission for one adult to nine historic attractions throughout Dutchess County in the Hudson Valley, New York. This seasonal pass is good for admission Sep 15-Dec 31, 2016 and April-Dec 31, 2017 ... More info ›
Distinctly Dutchess Great Estates Pass includes discounted admission for one adult to nine historic attractions throughout Dutchess County in the Hudson Valley, New York. This seasonal pass is good for admission Sep 15-Dec 31, 2016 and April-Dec 31, 2017. Site schedules vary and include Franklin D. Roosevelt Home, Library & Museum, Vanderbilt Mansion and Eleanor Roosevelt National Historic Sites, Staatsburgh and Clermont State Historic Sites, Locust Grove Estate, Mount Gulian and Wilderstein Historic Sites.
Your Distinctly Dutchess Great Estates Pass will provide you admission to nine historic attractions in Dutchess County in Hudson Valley, NY.
Franklin D Roosevelt Presidential Home, Library & Museum, "All that is within me cries out to go back to my home on the Hudson River" - FDR. Springwood is the estate that he loved and the place he considered home. Visit America's first Presidential Library for the only President elected to four terms.
Eleanor Roosevelt National Historic Site - The only National Historic Site dedicated to a first lady, Val-Kill welcomes visitors in the style of Mrs. Roosevelt.
Vanderbilt National Historic Site is a remarkably complete example of a gilded-age country place, illustrating the political, economic, social, cultural, and demographic changes that occurred as America industrialized in the years after the Civil War.
Staatsburgh State Historic Site is the elegant country home of Ogden and Ruth Livingston Mills. Sitting atop a grassy hill overlooking the Hudson and Catskills, their house is a fine example of a great estate built by America's financial and industrial leaders during the Gilded Age.
Clermont State Historic Site - Originally built by Robert Livingston around 1740 the mansion sits along the banks for the Hudson with spectacular mountain views.
Mount Gulian Historic Site is the Dutch Colonial homestead of the Verplanck family. Its history is interpreted to from the Native Americans of the land through the Dutch Colonial, Revolutionary War and Civil War periods.
Wilderstein Historic Site - Thomas Holy Suckley and his wife Catherine Murray Bowne purchased the river front site In 1852. He was a descendant of the Beekman and Livingston families whose estate houses were prominent landmarks in the Hudson River Valley from the 17th through the late 19th centuries.
Locust Grove Estate - Overlooking the Hudson River, the 200-acre estate includes an Italianate villa designed in 1851 for artist and inventor Samuel Morse by architect A. J. Davis. Beginning in 1895 new owners William and Martha Young redecorated the mansion with their vast collection of art and antiques, and added new gardens.