|Business Type: Historical Monuments & Memorials|
A National Historic Landmark, this 250 acre hilltop estate with Moorish style villa of Frederic Edwin Church, internationally famous Hudson River School artist. Main residence designed by Church and Calvert Vaux in eclectic combination of Oriental and Moorish decorative elements on basic Italianate villa form. The house was built in two stages from 1870-72 and then from 1888-89. The house contains an elaborate interior with original furnishings. Grounds open all year offering hiking trails, cross country skiing and magnificent views of the Hudson River.
Hours of Operation
Guided tours: April-October (Tue-Sun) 10am-5pm, Nov (Tue-Sun) 10am-4pm, Jan-Mar (weekends) 10am-4pm.