• Boscobel, an elegant Federal-period house museum

  • Breathtaking views of the Hudson River

  • One of the nation's leading collections of furniture and decorative arts from the Federal period

  • Original home of States and Elizabeth Dyckman

  • Rescued in the 20th century by pioneers of the preservation movement

  • Home of the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival

  • Constitution Marsh as seen from Boscobel's Belvedere

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News & Announcements

Coming Soon…

Boscobel Sculpture Garden: Artists of the Hudson River School By Greg Wyatt Donated to Boscobel by the Newington-Cropsey Foundation Boscobel is creating a permanent art installation celebrating the leading members of the Hudson River School of art. The school was not a place, but a mid-19th century movement invented by artists whose aesthetic vision was… Read more »

Boscobel Thanks Garden Club with Donation

The Philipstown Garden Club, a member of the Garden Club of America, has been lovingly tending to Boscobel’s Herb Garden since the 1960s. To show appreciation for all of their efforts and contributions to the Hudson Valley environment and most specifically to the maintenance and upkeep of Boscobel’s Herb Garden –one of its most appealing… Read more »

Military Families get FREE Admission this Summer

Active duty military and their families can enjoy free admission at Boscobel House & Gardens, plus more than 2,000 other museums nationwide, from Memorial Day until Labor Day 2015 through the Blue Star Museums program. Blue Star Museums is collaboration among the National Endowment of the Arts, Blue Star Families, the Department of Defense and… Read more »

Boscobel Donates Painting to West Point Museum

By unanimous action of the Boscobel Board of Directors, a painting of West Point and the Hudson River has been deaccessioned at Boscobel and is being presented to the West Point Museum. The oil on canvas titled, View of West Point, dates to 1856, but is unsigned. The quality of the imagery and execution suggests… Read more »

Boscobel House & Gardens Appoints New Curator

Boscobel continues to support its experienced and knowledgeable staff with the addition of Jennifer Carlquist as its new Curator (effective February 4, 2015). Ms. Carlquist will research, oversee and celebrate the museum’s nationally renowned collection of New York furniture and decorative arts from the Federal period. She will also organize annual exhibitions that highlight the… Read more »