History

History in the Hudson Valley

Here in the Hudson River Valley, historic sites are a ubiquitous part of the Dutchess County Landscape. Not only can you step back in time, you can choose which time -- pre-Revolutionary war, early Quaker days, the Gilded Age, or the early 20th century and the era of Franklin D. Roosevelt. You can even see Dutchess County through the eyes of the original Dutch settlers with a self-guided audio tour from Dutch Heritage World Tours.

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The ruins of this Scottish-style castle on the Hudson River was built in the early 1900s by Frank...

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Majestic ruin along the banks of the Hudson River, mystery surrounds this castle built by Frank B...

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This 380-acre estate is a National Historic Landmark set amid rolling lawns, woodlands, and garde...

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Visit the country estate of seven generations of the prominent Livingston family. Originally buil...

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The only National Historic Site dedicated to a first lady of the United States, "Val-Kill", was ...

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Experience the Roosevelt presidency, from the Great Depression through the New Deal years and Wor...

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“Springwood” is the lifelong home of America’s only four-term President, Franklin D. Roosev...

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Restored 1873 railroad station offers tours and Visitor Center with area tourism brochures and ex...

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Historic country estate includes 40-room Italianate mansion featuring outstanding original collec...

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Built in 1709, Dutchess County's oldest homestead; 17 rooms of furnishings, porcelain, paintings,...

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Part of the Wappingers Falls Historical District, built 1741 by two Dutchmen, Adolphus and Nichol...

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Award winning museum is the ideal destination for families with young children ages 0-6. With exh...

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