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Historic attractions along the Hudson

From manor houses to mansions, museums, presidents and artists homes, numerous palatial estates, waterfalls, resorts, historic houses, lighthouses, and roller coasters, to Tiffany windows, river villages, and West Point, historic attractions are plentiful along the Hudson and open for touring

Kykuit, the Rockefeller estate Wilderstein
The Vanderbilt Mansion Philipsburg Manor
Washington Irving's Sunnyside Van Cortlandt Manor
Samuel Morse House Home of FDR
Montgomery Place Sculpture of President FDR and Eleanor on the grounds at Hyde Park
Olana, the home of Hudson River School painter Frederic Church The historic Dragon Coaster at Rye Playland
Protecting our shores at Westpoint Cadets at Westpoint
Union Church of Pocantico Hills. Home to stained glass windows by Henri Matisse and Marc Chagall. Antique aircraft ready for flite at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome Museum
Rondout Lighthouse from 1913 Bannerman Castle, a historic ruin on the Hudson. Island walking tours now available.
The famous Thomas Cole painting of Katterskill Falls from the Hudson River School Art Trail Olana State Historic Site - home of Hudson River Painter, Frederic Church
 
Clermont State Historic Site  
 
 
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