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Mount Gulian Historic Site

Mount Gulian Historic Site

The 1720's barn with its original wood plank floors and hand-hewn beams, can accommodate up to 140 seated guests. The riverside lawn can accommodate up to 175 for a tented reception. Available from May through October for weddings. Call or email for rates, availability and site visit.

Tucked away on 48 acres overlooking the Hudson River, Mount Gulian is an 18thcentury Dutch Colonial homestead with a beautiful Dutch barn and picturesque restored flower garden.

The restored 1730's homestead served as Revolutionary War Headquarters to General Von Steuben and was the founding place of the Society of the Cincinnati after the war ended.

Winner Dutchess Tourism Outdoors Award of Distinction

Important Features

  • Groups Welcome
  • Award Winner

Due to COVID-19, many local businesses have adjusted their hours and operations to adhere to NYS-mandated safety measures and to protect visitors’ health. Before you visit, please check their individual websites or call them directly to learn more. For general visitor information, please go to our landing page here.


Contact Us: 800-445-3131