Overlooking Constitution Marsh toward the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, Boscobel’s landscape showcases dramatic views of the Hudson River. The Frances Stevens Reese Woodland Trail of Discovery offers hikers a tranquil mile through the forest. The Apple Orchard, Rose Garden, and Herb Garden, feature fruit trees and plants prized  by New Yorkers then and now. The Hudson River School Artists Garden, with sculptures by Greg Wyatt, honors 19th-century painters who celebrated this region. Boscobel embodies, preserves, and shares the beauty of the Hudson River Valley landscape.



April 15-December 31

Wednesday through Monday


Adult                               $11.00

Senior                             $11.00

Child (5-18 yrs old)         $  5.00

(under 5 yrs)           FREE

Family Rate (up to 4)      $30.00

Each additional person   $  6.00

Members and season pass holders: Free

Access to Boscobel’s grounds is pay-what-you-wish every Saturday.

From mid-April through December, Boscobel offers expertly guided tours of the Neoclassical mansion.



Built between 1804 and 1808, Boscobel was originally the dream house of Loyalists Elizabeth and States Dyckman. But by the 1950s, after falling into disrepair, it was sold to a wrecker for just $35 and demolished. With generous support from Reader’s Digest co-founder Lila Acheson Wallace, preservationists saved as many architectural fragments as possible and reassembled them fifteen miles north in Garrison, New York. The Neoclassical mansion was restored back to – and even beyond – its original grandeur. Though its history and original inhabitants are fascinating, the house is much more than historic. Boscobel was saved as a beautiful work of art.


Boscobel’s interiors display one of the finest collections of New York furniture from the Federal period, including documented examples by America’s most celebrated cabinetmaker, Duncan Phyfe. Polished  mahogany, gilt bronze, and cut glass sparkle with always-changing natural light. Pastoral landscapes appear on paintings, prints, ceramics, and even furniture. Boscobel’s collection inspires designers, artists, scholars, and anyone who appreciates color and craftsmanship.



April 15-December 31

Wednesday through Monday


Adult                               $17.00

Senior                             $14.00

Child (5-18 yrs old)         $  8.00

(under 5 yrs)           FREE

Family Rate (up to 4)      $45.00

Each additional person   $  8.00

Members receive four complimentary passes for guided Historic House Museum tours.

Advance registration is not necessary. Please call 845-265-3638 to inquire.


We look forward to seeing you in 2018! Details to follow.


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