- Historic Sites
Eleanor Roosevelt National Historic Site
Built in 1925, Val-Kill served at various times as a retreat for Eleanor Roosevelt and her friends, a furniture shop training local farmers, a multi-purpose shop including pewter making and weaving, a picnic site for the Roosevelt family and, finally, as the home of the First Lady after her husband died.
Franklin D. Roosevelt Home
Hyde Park is home to President Franklin D. Roosevelt's home, "Springwood", and the Presidential Library and Museum, operated by the National Archives.
Discover more about the historical churches of Hyde Park.
Hyde Park Train Station
Learn more about the Hyde Park Train Station.
Since 1988, The Friends of Mills at Staatsburg have proudly supported this magnificent New York State Historic Site overlooking the Hudson River
New Guinea Community
The New Guinea Community is one of the few historic sites in the Hudson Valley to have a strong connection to African American history and the history of Slavery in New York State.
Roosevelt's Library, Museum, & Digital Archives
Learn about Franklin D. Roosevelt, Eleanor Roosevelt, the New Deal and World War II.
Staatsburgh State Historic Site
Staatsburgh State Historic Site is the elegant country home of Ogden Mills and his wife Ruth Livingston Mills.
Franklin Roosevelt built Top Cottage at the eastern most end of his estate on land purchased in 1937 on what his cousin and close friend Margaret Suckley called "the nicest Hill in Dutchess County."
Vanderbilt Mansion NHS
Vanderbilt Mansion NHS, in terms of architecture, interiors, mechanical systems, road systems and landscape, is a remarkably complete example of a gilded-age country place, illustrating the political, economic, social, cultural, and demographic changes that occurred as America industrialized in the years after the Civil War.
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