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Guided house tours of Boscobel are available April through December, every day except Tuesdays, Thanksgiving and Christmas. Tickets may be purchased at the door and reservations are not necessary.

House tour tickets are also available for purchase online. See link below.

After online ticket purchase, please print your email confirmation and bring it to the front desk in the Carriage House. A staff member will then coordinate your tour with an available docent.

Advance house tour tickets expire within one year of purchase and are only good during regular business hours for regular house tours. Children under six years old and FOB members are always FREE.

 

 

 

April through October – first tour is at 10am and last tour is at 4pm.
November and December – first tour is at 10am and last tour is at 3pm.

Special Online Purchase Only – Buy two adult tickets, get one child 6-14 FREE!


Hudson Hewn

Left: Attr. To Duncan Phyfe, “Grecian” easy chair, c. 1815-20, Boscobel House and Gardens. Right: Michael Robbins, “Wickson” chair, 2015, lent by Michael Robbins
Photo: Robert Penner Photography

 

April 16 through August 14, 2016

 

Boscobel House and Gardens is famous for its extraordinary collection of New York furniture made between 1800 and 1820 by Duncan Phyfe and his contemporaries. For its 2016 special exhibition, Boscobel explores the dynamic and ongoing tradition of making furniture in the Hudson Valley. Hudson Hewn: New York Furniture Now will celebrate locally made, contemporary furniture that is inspired by past and present, by nature and natural materials, and by the very acts of making and living with beautiful objects.

 

In this groundbreaking exhibition, Boscobel will present studio furniture in its gallery as well as in period interiors throughout the 1804-08 mansion. Featured artists and firms include Atlas Industries (Newburgh), Dzierlenga Furniture (Staatsburg), Fern Handcrafted Furniture (Hudson), Rob Hare (Ulster Park), Asher Israelow (Brooklyn and Hudson), Jeff Johnson (Poughkeepsie), Christopher Kurtz (Kingston), Mike Leggett (Woodstock), Moran Woodworked Furniture (Gallatin), David R. Morton (Tuxedo Park and Kingston), Samuel Moyer (Salt Point), Pacama Handmade (Kingston), Michael Puryear (Shokan), Michael Robbins (Philmont), and more.

 

More exhibition information here.


Boscobel, Yoga on the LawnMondays, 6pm
June 13 through September 5
(No class July 4th)

 

Spectacular views entice the senses as you stretch and pose overlooking the Hudson River from the lawns at Boscobel, truly one of the most picturesque and serene settings in the Hudson Valley.

 

Taught by internationally-certified instructor, Ellen Forman, this popular class fits the needs of all levels. Ellen emphasizes the inward journey and the profound healing effects of yoga. Start your week calm and refreshed.

 

Attendees are encouraged to bring their own mats and water.
Please Note: No class on July 4.
Check website for weather cancellations.

 

 


Friday mornings, 9:30–10:15am, June through October100_3480

Make plans to meet new friends here at Boscobel! Join us for fun, educational activities in our outdoor pavilion on Friday mornings. This educator-led, interactive program is designed for children ages 1 through 5 with their parents, grandparents or caregivers. Joyful learning through nursery rhymes, songs, parachute play and storytelling will spark your little one’s curiosity and imagination.

Fee includes one adult and one child. Sessions are limited to 12 families and registration is required.

If you would like to purchase just one or two days within a session, please contact Lisa DiMarzo: ldimarzo@boscobel.org or 845.265.3638 x140.

 


2nd Saturday of each month through December, 9–11am

Let’s Talk & Walk and Make & Take through the seasons here at Boscobel! Explore the seasons inside and outside of Boscobel with a brief, focused tour followed by a hands-on themed activity and craft to take home with you.

Designed for children ages 5-11 with an adult.

Space limited.


Saturday, June 11 Theme—Nature & Landscape

Saturday, July 9 Theme—Amazing Chair Workshop:
    All-Day Workshop $35 – Click Here for July 9 Tickets Only
Saturday, August 13 Theme—Create a Sundial
Saturday, September 10 Theme—Clay Creations

 

 


military day at boscobel

Sunday, August 28, 11am-4pm

Squeeze in a bit of quality education this summer by visiting Boscobel for an outdoor experience that promises muskets, memories and more!

 

Boscobel and The Living History Education Foundation present an all-day encampment of soldiers honoring its ties to such legendary historic wars as the American Revolution, the War of 1812, the Civil War and World War II. Starting at 11am and ongoing until 4pm, reenactors will demonstrate military camp life including inspections, formations, musket firings, artillery demonstrations and drills, all which take place on the grounds of Boscobel House and Gardens, overlooking the majestic Hudson River and the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.

 

This event is included with the price of regular admission.
Boscobel Members, Blue Star Museum Members & children under 6 years of age receive free admission.
Advance registration not necessary. Rain or Shine.

 

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big bandSunday, September 11, 6-8pm
(
Rain Date Sunday September 18, 6-8pm)

Gates open for picnicking at 5pm

 

Celebrate the last days of summer on Boscobel’s great lawn overlooking the majestic Hudson River. Bring a picnic supper, listen and dance as the 20-piece Big Band Sound orchestra recreates the swinging sounds of Count Basie, Glenn Miller, Duke Ellington and more.

 

 

Joining Us Again This Year: Swing dance demonstrations by owners & students of the Fred Astaire Dance Studio in Wappingers, NY…everyone is invited to jump in on the jitterbugging!

 

Advance ticket purchase recommended. Children 10 and under FREE.

Web Special – Big Band & Guided House Tour Combo Ticket! (Space Limited—Last Tour at 4pm.)


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