Boscobel, the elegant Federal-period House museum set on lovely landscaped grounds with a breathtaking view of the Hudson River and its Highlands, has been welcoming visitors to explore its man-made and natural beauty since 1961. Its successful rescue from demolition at its original site, and subsequent restoration and rebirth fifteen miles north in Garrison, New York would not have been possible were it not for its many stewards, supporters and donors through the years.

Support can come in many forms, from becoming a member of the Friends of Boscobel or volunteering your time and skills to sponsoring a targeted project, underwriting a special exhibition through the Thomas Rossiter Society, or contributing to the general fund or the endowment. This support helps Boscobel continue to preserve and present the fine objects from the Collection, create special exhibitions, complete gardens and grounds projects and offer dynamic program of public events throughout the season.

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