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Boscobel House and Gardens


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1601 Route 9D
Garrison, NY 10524
United States

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Boscobel House and Gardens


(??.? miles from you)

1601 Route 9D
Garrison, NY 10524
United States


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Why You Should Go...

Boscobel is one of America’s most beautiful places.

The site, overlooking an absolutely stunning view of the Hudson River, U.S. Military Academy at West Point, and Constitution Marsh, is the epitome of&n

Boscobel offers outdoor admission to 68 acres of gardens and grounds, in-person events, and virtual programs. Children are always welcome. 

Open for outdoor admission: Friday – Monday | 9:00 am – sunset.

Advance reservations for two-hour time slots are available (and required due to COVID) at Boscobel.org.

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Why You Should Go...

Boscobel is one of America’s most beautiful places.

The site, overlooking an absolutely stunning view of the Hudson River, U.S. Military Academy at West Point, and Constitution Marsh, is the epitome of everything great and beautiful about the Hudson Valley. In addition to the expansive vista of the Great Lawn, The Frances Stevens Reese Woodland Trail of Discovery offers hikers a tranquil mile through the forest with river views, while the Herb Garden and Formal Garden boast pollinator-friendly species that were popular in the 19th century. 

Boscobel offers outdoor admission to 68 acres of gardens and grounds, in-person events, and virtual programs. Children are always welcome. 

Open for outdoor admission: Friday – Monday | 9:00 am – sunset.

Advance reservations for two-hour time slots are available (and required due to COVID) at Boscobel.org.

What You Should Know...

Payment: Cash, Check, Travelers Check, MC, Visa, AMEX, Discover, Debit

Discounts: Children, Seniors, Groups, Military

Access: Wheelchair, Public Transportation

Parking: Free On-site

Available: Audio Tour, Guided Tour, Private Tour, Concessions, Kids Activities, Family Restroom, Changing Station, Wheelchairs, Meeting/Conference Rooms, Gift Shop, Souvenirs

Extra Fun...

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Wear comfortable shoes to walk the mile-long Woodland Trail with river views. 

Fun Facts

The house was originally built as a private mansion 15 miles south of its current location. It was moved in the 1950s before opening as a museum at its currrent locatiion in 1961. 

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Why You Should Go...

Boscobel is one of America’s most beautiful places.

The site, overlooking an absolutely stunning view of the Hudson River, U.S. Military Academy at West Point, and Constitution Marsh, is the epitome of everything great and beautiful about the Hudson Valley. In addition to the expansive vista of the Great Lawn, The Frances Stevens Reese Woodland Trail of Discovery offers hikers a tranquil mile through the forest with river views, while the Herb Garden and Formal Garden boast pollinator-friendly species that were popular in the 19th century. 

Boscobel offers outdoor admission to 68 acres of gardens and grounds, in-person events, and virtual programs. Children are always welcome. 

Open for outdoor admission: Friday – Monday | 9:00 am – sunset.

Advance reservations for two-hour time slots are available (and required due to COVID) at Boscobel.org.

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What You Should Know...

Payment: Cash, Check, Travelers Check, MC, Visa, AMEX, Discover, Debit

Discounts: Children, Seniors, Groups, Military

Access: Wheelchair, Public Transportation

Parking: Free On-site

Available: Audio Tour, Guided Tour, Private Tour, Concessions, Kids Activities, Family Restroom, Changing Station, Wheelchairs, Meeting/Conference Rooms, Gift Shop, Souvenirs

How You Can Follow...

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Insider Info

Wear comfortable shoes to walk the mile-long Woodland Trail with river views. 

Fun Facts

The house was originally built as a private mansion 15 miles south of its current location. It was moved in the 1950s before opening as a museum at its currrent locatiion in 1961. 

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