Boscobel House and Grounds:
Garrison, NY

by | Jul 26, 2017 | 0 comments

Boscobel House and Grounds is a combination of natural beauty and the rich history of the Federal-period in the region of the Hudson River. There is beautiful easy loop hike and magnificent views of the Hudson River within the 60 acres surrounding the house, and a tour of the house is both informative and interesting.

The house was originally built for States and Elizabeth Dyckman15 miles down the river and was completed in 1808. The house was slated to be destroyed but was saved at the last minute from demolition and was opened to the public as a museum in 1961.

The house is one of the finest examples of the Federal era architecture with many reproductions on display of the expensive furnishings typical of the upper class of that time.

The guided tour of the house offers a comprehensive explanation of the furnishings and interior. The self-guided tours of the various gardens and views can be enjoyed at your own pace. Boscobel sure is a historical and natural treasure to enjoy!

Posted: July 26, 2017

Information, prices and hours posted here are current as of the posted or updated date. It is advisable to call ahead or check online to confirm hours and prices.


1601 Route 9D
Garrison, NY 10524

Phone Number:
(845) 265-3638


April 1-October 31: Wednesday-Monday 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m.

Nov. 1-Dec. 31: Wednesday-Monday        9:30 a.m.-4 p.m.

January-March: Closed


Price: House, Gardens & Grounds, plus Exhibition (seasonal)
Adult: $17
Seniors (62+): $14
Children (6-14): $8
Children (under 6): Free
Family of Four: $45 (additional $8 per person)
Members: Free

Gardens & Grounds, plus Exhibition (seasonal) 
Adults: $11
Children (6-14): $5
Children (under 6): Free
Family of Four: $30 (additional $6 per person)
Members: Free

Approximate Distance from:

Brooklyn Bridge: 1 hour, 15 minutes

Lakewood: 2 hours

 Monsey: 45 minutes

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