Hudson Valley's historic sites

The National Register of Historic Places lists hundreds of sites across the lower Hudson Valley as places worthy of preservation.

From Hyde Park, the childhood home of Franklin D. Roosevelt, to buildings that predate the American Revolution, the sites listed on the National Register are representative of the lower Hudson Valley’s deep, rich history. The interactive map below allows you to learn more about each location's historical significance with one click.

PHOTO GALLERIES: All sites | Dutch Reformed Church | Eleanor Roosevelt home | FDR home | Huguenot Street | Lyndhurst | Vanderbilt Mansion

Green icons mark sites with photos
Red icons mark sites without photos