Located inside the Carriage House, the Museum Shop features a wide assortment of books, stationery, garden accessories, jewelry, apparel, home decor, glassware, children’s toys and more. With one of the largest selections of books in the area, ranging from classic American and English literature and history to contemporary fiction, the Museum Shop at Boscobel is worth a visit. Special attention is also paid to the Hudson Valley, its history, culture and environment.
Open to the public, without museum admission, April 1 through December 31, from Wednesday through Monday. Closed Tuesdays.
April through October: 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
November and December: 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Closed on Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.
A beautiful 71-page souvenir book filled with photographs of Boscobel, the house, gardens and grounds, and events.
This large-format book is the catalogue detailing important pieces from Boscobel’s renowned collection of New York Federal furniture. The book contains photographs of the rooms in Boscobel as well as detailed photographs of individual pieces of furniture and decorative arts.
This book is the biography of a man who chose to remain loyal to the Crown during the Revolutionary War. States Dyckman went to England after the war, but chose to return after amnesty had been declared, and he built his dream house, Boscobel, on the banks of the Hudson River.
Gardens of the Hudson Valley
By by Susan Daley, Steve Gross,
Nancy Berner and Susan Lowry
Hard cover: $50
Gardens of the Hudson Valley focuses on the historic landscape and how gardens have been integrated into it. Photographers Steve Gross and Susan Daley have selected 25 gardens between Yonkers and Hudson, including famous estate gardens like Boscobel, Kykuit, the Vanderbilt Mansion and Olana (all open to the public), as well as private gardens that combine sweeping views and lush plantings.