Historic Sites 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.

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Mount Gulian Historic Site

Reconstructed 18th century Dutch homestead on 44 acres with 1740's Dutch barn and restored garden. Revolutionary War Headquarters of General von Steuben, birthplace of the Society of the Cincinnati. The staff, lovers of history, gladly relates stories about Verplanck husbands and wives, army generals, and James F. Brown, a fugitive slave.

Unique 18th century Dutch barn for weddings and events. The reception room with working fireplace, can accommodate 50 guests for a sit-down dinner year round. The 1740's Dutch-style barn, with its original wood plank floors and hand-hewn beams can accommodate up to 150 guests for a sit down dinner.  Hudson River views.

Open April - October 29, 2017 for tours (see dates and times below).  Will reopen for tours April 2018.

Open During Winter Months for school groups and group tours - please call to make a reservation.

We look forward to hosting you soon!

Additional Info:
Address:145 Sterling St.
Beacon, NY 12508
Phone (main):(845) 831-8172
Open:April-October Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday 1-5pm, Last tour at 4pm
Website (alt):https://www.facebook.com/mountgulian/

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