Please call the individual sites directly to inquire about the events listed on our event calendars and to inquire about hours.
The Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area does not own or operate any of the sites listed below. They are owned and managed by the organizations listed in the site descriptions. Please call ahead for special accommodation needs or with any questions about their sites.
Bennington Battlefield State Historic Site
The spot where American militia under General Stark defeated the invading British army of General Burgoyne on August 16, 1777.
Boscobel House and Gardens
Boscobel is an elegantly furnished Federal-style house museum located within the spectacular the Hudson Highlands region of the Hudson Valley.
Clermont State Historic Site
Clermont offers a glimpse into seven generations of the prominent Livingston family, with grounds that afford superb views and settings.
Clinton House was built in 1765 and played an active role in state politics when Poughkeepsie was the state capital.
Constitution Island contains the remains of Revolutionary War fortifications and the home of two 19th-century literary figures.
Crailo State Historic Site
Crailo is the museum of the colonial Dutch in the Hudson River Valley and contains interactive exhibits on the Dutch and Native Americans.
DeWint House served as headquarters for Washington during the American Revolution. The house is also the oldest surviving building in Rockland County.
Fort Montgomery State Historic Site
Fort Montgomery was the scene of a Revolutionary War battle for control of the Hudson River. Visitors can tour the remains of the fortification.
The Glebe House was constructed in 1767 and offers a glimpse into the lifestyle of a middle-class Colonial family.
Gomez Mill House Museum
Gomez Mill House is the oldest Jewish residence in the North America with furnishings reflecting its occupancy by five families.