Historic sites in the Hudson Valley

The Mansion at Boscobel in Garrison.

(Credit: Handout)

The Hudson Valley has a number of historic sites significant to the region, and in some cases, our nation's history.

Here is a guide to historic places in the Hudson Valley, presented in alphabetical order.

- Compiled by Kirthana Ramisetti

  • The Mansion at Boscobel in Garrison.

    Boscobel House and Gardens History 1601 Route 9D Garrison Boscobel (Italian for "beautiful woods") is the name of the Federal period house and museum ...

  • A front exterior view of the 1799 House

    Huguenot Street Historic District History, Historical landmarks 81 Huguenot St. New Paltz Preserved since the late 19th century, the Huguenot Street Historic District serves as a tribute ...

  • The main house, built in 1801, at the

    John Jay Homestead Historical landmarks 400 Jay St. (Rte. 22) Katonah John Jay, the first chief justice of the United States and the second governor of ...

  • Kykuit, which means

    Kykuit: Rockefeller Estate Transportation, History, Specialized or Other, Historical landmarks, Art 381 N. Broadway Sleepy Hollow Kykuit, the Rockefeller estate, is a six-story, 40-room house that was formerly home to generations ...

  • The exterior of the mansion at Lyndhurst in

    Lyndhurst Historical landmarks 635 S. Broadway Tarrytown Lyndhurst may look over the Hudson River, but its centerpiece, fairytale Gothic Revival mansion seems ...

  • Mike Magsig of Greenwich, Conn. and Joanne Fairclough

    The Old '76 House | American, Historical landmarks 110 Main St. Tappan With weathered plank floors, beamed ceilings and cozy nooks, this Revolutionary War-era tavern is something ...

  • The Saugerties Lighthouse Bed & Breakfast on the

    Saugerties Lighthouse History, B&B and Inn 168 Lighthouse Dr Saugerties Not only is this 19th-century landmark a "living museum" that honors the lighthouse's historical significance, ...

  • The exterior of the Square House Museum, which

    Square House Museum History, Historical landmarks, Historical Society, Museum 1 Purchase St. Rye Built circa 1730 by Peter Brown, the Square House served as a tavern in the ...

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