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    Wilderstein Historic Site | 330 Morton Road, Rhinebeck
    Website: wilderstein.org | Phone: (845) 876-4818 | Cost: FREE

    Open daily, year-round

    9 am – 4 pm

    The Wilderstein Historic Site is not-for-profit house museum located on a wooded bluff overlooking the Hudson River.  It was the home of Margaret Suckley, a cousin and confidante of Franklin Roosevelt, and is widely regarded as the Hudson Valley’s most important example of Victorian architecture. The estate consists of 40-acres created over a century ago in the American romantic style by landscape architect Calvert Vaux. The trail system that traverses the property is approximately three miles long and takes about one hour to hike.

    Also available on weekends Guided Outdoor Tours of the landscape and the exterior of the mansion

    Visit Wilderstein on FacebookInstagram

    During his career, Vaux enjoyed an important association with Frederick Law Olmsted. At Wilderstein, Calvert Vaux created an intricate network of carriage drives, walks, and trails adorned with specimen trees and ornamental shrubs. The landscape plan entails well-chosen prospect points marked by rustic gazebos and sheltered garden seats. The trail system that traverses the property is approximately three miles long and takes about one hour to hike. Vaux’s reverence for nature, always clearly and thoughtfully expressed in his work, is still evident.

    History of Wilderstein

    Become a Member

    Volunteer

    Parking for the trails is available off Morton Road near Wilderstein’s Gate Lodge during hours the mansion is not open for tours.

    Read More

    FREE! Grounds & Trails at Wilderstein Historic Site in Rhinebeck, NY
    Wilderstein Historic Site | 330 Morton Road, Rhinebeck
    Website: wilderstein.org | Phone: (845) 876-4818 | Cost: FREE

    Open daily, year-round

    9 am – 4 pm

    The Wilderstein Historic Site is not-for-profit house museum located on a wooded bluff overlooking the Hudson River.  It was the home of Margaret Suckley, a cousin and confidante of Franklin Roosevelt, and is widely regarded as the Hudson Valley’s most important example of Victorian architecture. The estate consists of 40-acres created over a century ago in the American romantic style by landscape architect Calvert Vaux. The trail system that traverses the property is approximately three miles long and takes about one hour to hike.

    Also available on weekends Guided Outdoor Tours of the landscape and the exterior of the mansion

    Visit Wilderstein on FacebookInstagram

    During his career, Vaux enjoyed an important association with Frederick Law Olmsted. At Wilderstein, Calvert Vaux created an intricate network of carriage drives, walks, and trails adorned with specimen trees and ornamental shrubs. The landscape plan entails well-chosen prospect points marked by rustic gazebos and sheltered garden seats. The trail system that traverses the property is approximately three miles long and takes about one hour to hike. Vaux’s reverence for nature, always clearly and thoughtfully expressed in his work, is still evident.

    History of Wilderstein

    Become a Member

    Volunteer

    Parking for the trails is available off Morton Road near Wilderstein’s Gate Lodge during hours the mansion is not open for tours.

    Read More

    FREE! Grounds & Trails at Wilderstein Historic Site in Rhinebeck, NY
    Wilderstein Historic Site | 330 Morton Road, Rhinebeck
    Website: wilderstein.org | Phone: (845) 876-4818 | Cost: FREE

    Open daily, year-round

    9 am – 4 pm

    The Wilderstein Historic Site is not-for-profit house museum located on a wooded bluff overlooking the Hudson River.  It was the home of Margaret Suckley, a cousin and confidante of Franklin Roosevelt, and is widely regarded as the Hudson Valley’s most important example of Victorian architecture. The estate consists of 40-acres created over a century ago in the American romantic style by landscape architect Calvert Vaux. The trail system that traverses the property is approximately three miles long and takes about one hour to hike.

    Also available on weekends Guided Outdoor Tours of the landscape and the exterior of the mansion

    Visit Wilderstein on FacebookInstagram

    During his career, Vaux enjoyed an important association with Frederick Law Olmsted. At Wilderstein, Calvert Vaux created an intricate network of carriage drives, walks, and trails adorned with specimen trees and ornamental shrubs. The landscape plan entails well-chosen prospect points marked by rustic gazebos and sheltered garden seats. The trail system that traverses the property is approximately three miles long and takes about one hour to hike. Vaux’s reverence for nature, always clearly and thoughtfully expressed in his work, is still evident.

    History of Wilderstein

    Become a Member

    Volunteer

    Parking for the trails is available off Morton Road near Wilderstein’s Gate Lodge during hours the mansion is not open for tours.

    Read More

    FREE! Grounds & Trails at Wilderstein Historic Site in Rhinebeck, NY
    Wilderstein Historic Site | 330 Morton Road, Rhinebeck
    Website: wilderstein.org | Phone: (845) 876-4818 | Cost: FREE

    Open daily, year-round

    9 am – 4 pm

    The Wilderstein Historic Site is not-for-profit house museum located on a wooded bluff overlooking the Hudson River.  It was the home of Margaret Suckley, a cousin and confidante of Franklin Roosevelt, and is widely regarded as the Hudson Valley’s most important example of Victorian architecture. The estate consists of 40-acres created over a century ago in the American romantic style by landscape architect Calvert Vaux. The trail system that traverses the property is approximately three miles long and takes about one hour to hike.

    Also available on weekends Guided Outdoor Tours of the landscape and the exterior of the mansion

    Visit Wilderstein on FacebookInstagram

    During his career, Vaux enjoyed an important association with Frederick Law Olmsted. At Wilderstein, Calvert Vaux created an intricate network of carriage drives, walks, and trails adorned with specimen trees and ornamental shrubs. The landscape plan entails well-chosen prospect points marked by rustic gazebos and sheltered garden seats. The trail system that traverses the property is approximately three miles long and takes about one hour to hike. Vaux’s reverence for nature, always clearly and thoughtfully expressed in his work, is still evident.

    History of Wilderstein

    Become a Member

    Volunteer

    Parking for the trails is available off Morton Road near Wilderstein’s Gate Lodge during hours the mansion is not open for tours.

    Read More

    FREE! Grounds & Trails at Wilderstein Historic Site in Rhinebeck, NY
    Wilderstein Historic Site | 330 Morton Road, Rhinebeck
    Website: wilderstein.org | Phone: (845) 876-4818 | Cost: FREE

    Open daily, year-round

    9 am – 4 pm

    The Wilderstein Historic Site is not-for-profit house museum located on a wooded bluff overlooking the Hudson River.  It was the home of Margaret Suckley, a cousin and confidante of Franklin Roosevelt, and is widely regarded as the Hudson Valley’s most important example of Victorian architecture. The estate consists of 40-acres created over a century ago in the American romantic style by landscape architect Calvert Vaux. The trail system that traverses the property is approximately three miles long and takes about one hour to hike.

    Also available on weekends Guided Outdoor Tours of the landscape and the exterior of the mansion

    Visit Wilderstein on FacebookInstagram

    During his career, Vaux enjoyed an important association with Frederick Law Olmsted. At Wilderstein, Calvert Vaux created an intricate network of carriage drives, walks, and trails adorned with specimen trees and ornamental shrubs. The landscape plan entails well-chosen prospect points marked by rustic gazebos and sheltered garden seats. The trail system that traverses the property is approximately three miles long and takes about one hour to hike. Vaux’s reverence for nature, always clearly and thoughtfully expressed in his work, is still evident.

    History of Wilderstein

    Become a Member

    Volunteer

    Parking for the trails is available off Morton Road near Wilderstein’s Gate Lodge during hours the mansion is not open for tours.

    Read More

    FREE! Grounds & Trails at Wilderstein Historic Site in Rhinebeck, NY
    Wilderstein Historic Site | 330 Morton Road, Rhinebeck
    Website: wilderstein.org | Phone: (845) 876-4818 | Cost: FREE

    Open daily, year-round

    9 am – 4 pm

    The Wilderstein Historic Site is not-for-profit house museum located on a wooded bluff overlooking the Hudson River.  It was the home of Margaret Suckley, a cousin and confidante of Franklin Roosevelt, and is widely regarded as the Hudson Valley’s most important example of Victorian architecture. The estate consists of 40-acres created over a century ago in the American romantic style by landscape architect Calvert Vaux. The trail system that traverses the property is approximately three miles long and takes about one hour to hike.

    Also available on weekends Guided Outdoor Tours of the landscape and the exterior of the mansion

    Visit Wilderstein on FacebookInstagram

    During his career, Vaux enjoyed an important association with Frederick Law Olmsted. At Wilderstein, Calvert Vaux created an intricate network of carriage drives, walks, and trails adorned with specimen trees and ornamental shrubs. The landscape plan entails well-chosen prospect points marked by rustic gazebos and sheltered garden seats. The trail system that traverses the property is approximately three miles long and takes about one hour to hike. Vaux’s reverence for nature, always clearly and thoughtfully expressed in his work, is still evident.

    History of Wilderstein

    Become a Member

    Volunteer

    Parking for the trails is available off Morton Road near Wilderstein’s Gate Lodge during hours the mansion is not open for tours.

    Read More

    FREE! Grounds & Trails at Wilderstein Historic Site in Rhinebeck, NY
    Wilderstein Historic Site | 330 Morton Road, Rhinebeck
    Website: wilderstein.org | Phone: (845) 876-4818 | Cost: FREE

    Open daily, year-round

    9 am – 4 pm

    The Wilderstein Historic Site is not-for-profit house museum located on a wooded bluff overlooking the Hudson River.  It was the home of Margaret Suckley, a cousin and confidante of Franklin Roosevelt, and is widely regarded as the Hudson Valley’s most important example of Victorian architecture. The estate consists of 40-acres created over a century ago in the American romantic style by landscape architect Calvert Vaux. The trail system that traverses the property is approximately three miles long and takes about one hour to hike.

    Also available on weekends Guided Outdoor Tours of the landscape and the exterior of the mansion

    Visit Wilderstein on FacebookInstagram

    During his career, Vaux enjoyed an important association with Frederick Law Olmsted. At Wilderstein, Calvert Vaux created an intricate network of carriage drives, walks, and trails adorned with specimen trees and ornamental shrubs. The landscape plan entails well-chosen prospect points marked by rustic gazebos and sheltered garden seats. The trail system that traverses the property is approximately three miles long and takes about one hour to hike. Vaux’s reverence for nature, always clearly and thoughtfully expressed in his work, is still evident.

    History of Wilderstein

    Become a Member

    Volunteer

    Parking for the trails is available off Morton Road near Wilderstein’s Gate Lodge during hours the mansion is not open for tours.

    Read More

    FREE! Grounds & Trails at Wilderstein Historic Site in Rhinebeck, NY
    Wilderstein Historic Site | 330 Morton Road, Rhinebeck
    Website: wilderstein.org | Phone: (845) 876-4818 | Cost: FREE

    Open daily, year-round

    9 am – 4 pm

    The Wilderstein Historic Site is not-for-profit house museum located on a wooded bluff overlooking the Hudson River.  It was the home of Margaret Suckley, a cousin and confidante of Franklin Roosevelt, and is widely regarded as the Hudson Valley’s most important example of Victorian architecture. The estate consists of 40-acres created over a century ago in the American romantic style by landscape architect Calvert Vaux. The trail system that traverses the property is approximately three miles long and takes about one hour to hike.

    Also available on weekends Guided Outdoor Tours of the landscape and the exterior of the mansion

    Visit Wilderstein on FacebookInstagram

    During his career, Vaux enjoyed an important association with Frederick Law Olmsted. At Wilderstein, Calvert Vaux created an intricate network of carriage drives, walks, and trails adorned with specimen trees and ornamental shrubs. The landscape plan entails well-chosen prospect points marked by rustic gazebos and sheltered garden seats. The trail system that traverses the property is approximately three miles long and takes about one hour to hike. Vaux’s reverence for nature, always clearly and thoughtfully expressed in his work, is still evident.

    History of Wilderstein

    Become a Member

    Volunteer

    Parking for the trails is available off Morton Road near Wilderstein’s Gate Lodge during hours the mansion is not open for tours.

    Read More

    FREE! Grounds & Trails at Wilderstein Historic Site in Rhinebeck, NY
    Wilderstein Historic Site | 330 Morton Road, Rhinebeck
    Website: wilderstein.org | Phone: (845) 876-4818 | Cost: FREE

    Open daily, year-round

    9 am – 4 pm

    The Wilderstein Historic Site is not-for-profit house museum located on a wooded bluff overlooking the Hudson River.  It was the home of Margaret Suckley, a cousin and confidante of Franklin Roosevelt, and is widely regarded as the Hudson Valley’s most important example of Victorian architecture. The estate consists of 40-acres created over a century ago in the American romantic style by landscape architect Calvert Vaux. The trail system that traverses the property is approximately three miles long and takes about one hour to hike.

    Also available on weekends Guided Outdoor Tours of the landscape and the exterior of the mansion

    Visit Wilderstein on FacebookInstagram

    During his career, Vaux enjoyed an important association with Frederick Law Olmsted. At Wilderstein, Calvert Vaux created an intricate network of carriage drives, walks, and trails adorned with specimen trees and ornamental shrubs. The landscape plan entails well-chosen prospect points marked by rustic gazebos and sheltered garden seats. The trail system that traverses the property is approximately three miles long and takes about one hour to hike. Vaux’s reverence for nature, always clearly and thoughtfully expressed in his work, is still evident.

    History of Wilderstein

    Become a Member

    Volunteer

    Parking for the trails is available off Morton Road near Wilderstein’s Gate Lodge during hours the mansion is not open for tours.

    Read More

    FREE! Grounds & Trails at Wilderstein Historic Site in Rhinebeck, NY
    Wilderstein Historic Site | 330 Morton Road, Rhinebeck
    Website: wilderstein.org | Phone: (845) 876-4818 | Cost: FREE

    Open daily, year-round

    9 am – 4 pm

    The Wilderstein Historic Site is not-for-profit house museum located on a wooded bluff overlooking the Hudson River.  It was the home of Margaret Suckley, a cousin and confidante of Franklin Roosevelt, and is widely regarded as the Hudson Valley’s most important example of Victorian architecture. The estate consists of 40-acres created over a century ago in the American romantic style by landscape architect Calvert Vaux. The trail system that traverses the property is approximately three miles long and takes about one hour to hike.

    Also available on weekends Guided Outdoor Tours of the landscape and the exterior of the mansion

    Visit Wilderstein on FacebookInstagram

    During his career, Vaux enjoyed an important association with Frederick Law Olmsted. At Wilderstein, Calvert Vaux created an intricate network of carriage drives, walks, and trails adorned with specimen trees and ornamental shrubs. The landscape plan entails well-chosen prospect points marked by rustic gazebos and sheltered garden seats. The trail system that traverses the property is approximately three miles long and takes about one hour to hike. Vaux’s reverence for nature, always clearly and thoughtfully expressed in his work, is still evident.

    History of Wilderstein

    Become a Member

    Volunteer

    Parking for the trails is available off Morton Road near Wilderstein’s Gate Lodge during hours the mansion is not open for tours.

    Read More

    FREE! Grounds & Trails at Wilderstein Historic Site in Rhinebeck, NY
    Wilderstein Historic Site | 330 Morton Road, Rhinebeck
    Website: wilderstein.org | Phone: (845) 876-4818 | Cost: FREE

    Open daily, year-round

    9 am – 4 pm

    The Wilderstein Historic Site is not-for-profit house museum located on a wooded bluff overlooking the Hudson River.  It was the home of Margaret Suckley, a cousin and confidante of Franklin Roosevelt, and is widely regarded as the Hudson Valley’s most important example of Victorian architecture. The estate consists of 40-acres created over a century ago in the American romantic style by landscape architect Calvert Vaux. The trail system that traverses the property is approximately three miles long and takes about one hour to hike.

    Also available on weekends Guided Outdoor Tours of the landscape and the exterior of the mansion

    Visit Wilderstein on FacebookInstagram

    During his career, Vaux enjoyed an important association with Frederick Law Olmsted. At Wilderstein, Calvert Vaux created an intricate network of carriage drives, walks, and trails adorned with specimen trees and ornamental shrubs. The landscape plan entails well-chosen prospect points marked by rustic gazebos and sheltered garden seats. The trail system that traverses the property is approximately three miles long and takes about one hour to hike. Vaux’s reverence for nature, always clearly and thoughtfully expressed in his work, is still evident.

    History of Wilderstein

    Become a Member

    Volunteer

    Parking for the trails is available off Morton Road near Wilderstein’s Gate Lodge during hours the mansion is not open for tours.

    Read More

    FREE! Grounds & Trails at Wilderstein Historic Site in Rhinebeck, NY
    Wilderstein Historic Site | 330 Morton Road, Rhinebeck
    Website: wilderstein.org | Phone: (845) 876-4818 | Cost: FREE

    Open daily, year-round

    9 am – 4 pm

    The Wilderstein Historic Site is not-for-profit house museum located on a wooded bluff overlooking the Hudson River.  It was the home of Margaret Suckley, a cousin and confidante of Franklin Roosevelt, and is widely regarded as the Hudson Valley’s most important example of Victorian architecture. The estate consists of 40-acres created over a century ago in the American romantic style by landscape architect Calvert Vaux. The trail system that traverses the property is approximately three miles long and takes about one hour to hike.

    Also available on weekends Guided Outdoor Tours of the landscape and the exterior of the mansion

    Visit Wilderstein on FacebookInstagram

    During his career, Vaux enjoyed an important association with Frederick Law Olmsted. At Wilderstein, Calvert Vaux created an intricate network of carriage drives, walks, and trails adorned with specimen trees and ornamental shrubs. The landscape plan entails well-chosen prospect points marked by rustic gazebos and sheltered garden seats. The trail system that traverses the property is approximately three miles long and takes about one hour to hike. Vaux’s reverence for nature, always clearly and thoughtfully expressed in his work, is still evident.

    History of Wilderstein

    Become a Member

    Volunteer

    Parking for the trails is available off Morton Road near Wilderstein’s Gate Lodge during hours the mansion is not open for tours.

    Read More

    FREE! Grounds & Trails at Wilderstein Historic Site in Rhinebeck, NY
    Wilderstein Historic Site | 330 Morton Road, Rhinebeck
    Website: wilderstein.org | Phone: (845) 876-4818 | Cost: FREE

    Open daily, year-round

    9 am – 4 pm

    The Wilderstein Historic Site is not-for-profit house museum located on a wooded bluff overlooking the Hudson River.  It was the home of Margaret Suckley, a cousin and confidante of Franklin Roosevelt, and is widely regarded as the Hudson Valley’s most important example of Victorian architecture. The estate consists of 40-acres created over a century ago in the American romantic style by landscape architect Calvert Vaux. The trail system that traverses the property is approximately three miles long and takes about one hour to hike.

    Also available on weekends Guided Outdoor Tours of the landscape and the exterior of the mansion

    Visit Wilderstein on FacebookInstagram

    During his career, Vaux enjoyed an important association with Frederick Law Olmsted. At Wilderstein, Calvert Vaux created an intricate network of carriage drives, walks, and trails adorned with specimen trees and ornamental shrubs. The landscape plan entails well-chosen prospect points marked by rustic gazebos and sheltered garden seats. The trail system that traverses the property is approximately three miles long and takes about one hour to hike. Vaux’s reverence for nature, always clearly and thoughtfully expressed in his work, is still evident.

    History of Wilderstein

    Become a Member

    Volunteer

    Parking for the trails is available off Morton Road near Wilderstein’s Gate Lodge during hours the mansion is not open for tours.

    Read More

    FREE! Grounds & Trails at Wilderstein Historic Site in Rhinebeck, NY
    Wilderstein Historic Site | 330 Morton Road, Rhinebeck
    Website: wilderstein.org | Phone: (845) 876-4818 | Cost: FREE

    Open daily, year-round

    9 am – 4 pm

    The Wilderstein Historic Site is not-for-profit house museum located on a wooded bluff overlooking the Hudson River.  It was the home of Margaret Suckley, a cousin and confidante of Franklin Roosevelt, and is widely regarded as the Hudson Valley’s most important example of Victorian architecture. The estate consists of 40-acres created over a century ago in the American romantic style by landscape architect Calvert Vaux. The trail system that traverses the property is approximately three miles long and takes about one hour to hike.

    Also available on weekends Guided Outdoor Tours of the landscape and the exterior of the mansion

    Visit Wilderstein on FacebookInstagram

    During his career, Vaux enjoyed an important association with Frederick Law Olmsted. At Wilderstein, Calvert Vaux created an intricate network of carriage drives, walks, and trails adorned with specimen trees and ornamental shrubs. The landscape plan entails well-chosen prospect points marked by rustic gazebos and sheltered garden seats. The trail system that traverses the property is approximately three miles long and takes about one hour to hike. Vaux’s reverence for nature, always clearly and thoughtfully expressed in his work, is still evident.

    History of Wilderstein

    Become a Member

    Volunteer

    Parking for the trails is available off Morton Road near Wilderstein’s Gate Lodge during hours the mansion is not open for tours.

    Read More

    FREE! Grounds & Trails at Wilderstein Historic Site in Rhinebeck, NY
    Wilderstein Historic Site | 330 Morton Road, Rhinebeck
    Website: wilderstein.org | Phone: (845) 876-4818 | Cost: FREE

    Open daily, year-round

    9 am – 4 pm

    The Wilderstein Historic Site is not-for-profit house museum located on a wooded bluff overlooking the Hudson River.  It was the home of Margaret Suckley, a cousin and confidante of Franklin Roosevelt, and is widely regarded as the Hudson Valley’s most important example of Victorian architecture. The estate consists of 40-acres created over a century ago in the American romantic style by landscape architect Calvert Vaux. The trail system that traverses the property is approximately three miles long and takes about one hour to hike.

    Also available on weekends Guided Outdoor Tours of the landscape and the exterior of the mansion

    Visit Wilderstein on FacebookInstagram

    During his career, Vaux enjoyed an important association with Frederick Law Olmsted. At Wilderstein, Calvert Vaux created an intricate network of carriage drives, walks, and trails adorned with specimen trees and ornamental shrubs. The landscape plan entails well-chosen prospect points marked by rustic gazebos and sheltered garden seats. The trail system that traverses the property is approximately three miles long and takes about one hour to hike. Vaux’s reverence for nature, always clearly and thoughtfully expressed in his work, is still evident.

    History of Wilderstein

    Become a Member

    Volunteer

    Parking for the trails is available off Morton Road near Wilderstein’s Gate Lodge during hours the mansion is not open for tours.

    Read More

    FREE! Grounds & Trails at Wilderstein Historic Site in Rhinebeck, NY
    Wilderstein Historic Site | 330 Morton Road, Rhinebeck
    Website: wilderstein.org | Phone: (845) 876-4818 | Cost: FREE

    Open daily, year-round

    9 am – 4 pm

    The Wilderstein Historic Site is not-for-profit house museum located on a wooded bluff overlooking the Hudson River.  It was the home of Margaret Suckley, a cousin and confidante of Franklin Roosevelt, and is widely regarded as the Hudson Valley’s most important example of Victorian architecture. The estate consists of 40-acres created over a century ago in the American romantic style by landscape architect Calvert Vaux. The trail system that traverses the property is approximately three miles long and takes about one hour to hike.

    Also available on weekends Guided Outdoor Tours of the landscape and the exterior of the mansion

    Visit Wilderstein on FacebookInstagram

    During his career, Vaux enjoyed an important association with Frederick Law Olmsted. At Wilderstein, Calvert Vaux created an intricate network of carriage drives, walks, and trails adorned with specimen trees and ornamental shrubs. The landscape plan entails well-chosen prospect points marked by rustic gazebos and sheltered garden seats. The trail system that traverses the property is approximately three miles long and takes about one hour to hike. Vaux’s reverence for nature, always clearly and thoughtfully expressed in his work, is still evident.

    History of Wilderstein

    Become a Member

    Volunteer

    Parking for the trails is available off Morton Road near Wilderstein’s Gate Lodge during hours the mansion is not open for tours.

    Read More

    FREE! Grounds & Trails at Wilderstein Historic Site in Rhinebeck, NY
    Wilderstein Historic Site | 330 Morton Road, Rhinebeck
    Website: wilderstein.org | Phone: (845) 876-4818 | Cost: FREE

    Open daily, year-round

    9 am – 4 pm

    The Wilderstein Historic Site is not-for-profit house museum located on a wooded bluff overlooking the Hudson River.  It was the home of Margaret Suckley, a cousin and confidante of Franklin Roosevelt, and is widely regarded as the Hudson Valley’s most important example of Victorian architecture. The estate consists of 40-acres created over a century ago in the American romantic style by landscape architect Calvert Vaux. The trail system that traverses the property is approximately three miles long and takes about one hour to hike.

    Also available on weekends Guided Outdoor Tours of the landscape and the exterior of the mansion

    Visit Wilderstein on FacebookInstagram

    During his career, Vaux enjoyed an important association with Frederick Law Olmsted. At Wilderstein, Calvert Vaux created an intricate network of carriage drives, walks, and trails adorned with specimen trees and ornamental shrubs. The landscape plan entails well-chosen prospect points marked by rustic gazebos and sheltered garden seats. The trail system that traverses the property is approximately three miles long and takes about one hour to hike. Vaux’s reverence for nature, always clearly and thoughtfully expressed in his work, is still evident.

    History of Wilderstein

    Become a Member

    Volunteer

    Parking for the trails is available off Morton Road near Wilderstein’s Gate Lodge during hours the mansion is not open for tours.

    Read More

    FREE! Grounds & Trails at Wilderstein Historic Site in Rhinebeck, NY
    Wilderstein Historic Site | 330 Morton Road, Rhinebeck
    Website: wilderstein.org | Phone: (845) 876-4818 | Cost: FREE

    Open daily, year-round

    9 am – 4 pm

    The Wilderstein Historic Site is not-for-profit house museum located on a wooded bluff overlooking the Hudson River.  It was the home of Margaret Suckley, a cousin and confidante of Franklin Roosevelt, and is widely regarded as the Hudson Valley’s most important example of Victorian architecture. The estate consists of 40-acres created over a century ago in the American romantic style by landscape architect Calvert Vaux. The trail system that traverses the property is approximately three miles long and takes about one hour to hike.

    Also available on weekends Guided Outdoor Tours of the landscape and the exterior of the mansion

    Visit Wilderstein on FacebookInstagram

    During his career, Vaux enjoyed an important association with Frederick Law Olmsted. At Wilderstein, Calvert Vaux created an intricate network of carriage drives, walks, and trails adorned with specimen trees and ornamental shrubs. The landscape plan entails well-chosen prospect points marked by rustic gazebos and sheltered garden seats. The trail system that traverses the property is approximately three miles long and takes about one hour to hike. Vaux’s reverence for nature, always clearly and thoughtfully expressed in his work, is still evident.

    History of Wilderstein

    Become a Member

    Volunteer

    Parking for the trails is available off Morton Road near Wilderstein’s Gate Lodge during hours the mansion is not open for tours.

    Read More

    FREE! Grounds & Trails at Wilderstein Historic Site in Rhinebeck, NY
    Olana State Historic Site | 5720 State Route 9G, Hudson
    Website: olana.org | Phone: (518) 751-6938. | Cost: FREE

    Saturdays, February 6, March 6, April 3 & May 1, 2021

    12 – 1 pm

    FREE!    BUY TIX NOW

    Kickstart your month outdoors at Olana! Learn more about Olana and its artist-designed landscape during hour long walking tours beginning at the Wagon House Education Center at the historic farm complex. Each tour will cover a different portion of Olana’s 250-acre landscape and 5 miles of carriage roads. This gentle walk will cover about 1 mile; please wear weather-appropriate apparel and comfortable footwear.

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    ADVANCED REGISTRATION REQUIRED

    Limited capacity. For more information, please contact education@olana.org or call (518) 751-6938.

    Visit Olana State Historic Site on Facebook, Instagram & Twitter

    FREE! First Weekend Wanderings at Olana State Historic Site
    Wilderstein Historic Site | 330 Morton Road, Rhinebeck
    Website: wilderstein.org | Phone: (845) 876-4818 | Cost: FREE

    Open daily, year-round

    9 am – 4 pm

    The Wilderstein Historic Site is not-for-profit house museum located on a wooded bluff overlooking the Hudson River.  It was the home of Margaret Suckley, a cousin and confidante of Franklin Roosevelt, and is widely regarded as the Hudson Valley’s most important example of Victorian architecture. The estate consists of 40-acres created over a century ago in the American romantic style by landscape architect Calvert Vaux. The trail system that traverses the property is approximately three miles long and takes about one hour to hike.

    Also available on weekends Guided Outdoor Tours of the landscape and the exterior of the mansion

    Visit Wilderstein on FacebookInstagram

    During his career, Vaux enjoyed an important association with Frederick Law Olmsted. At Wilderstein, Calvert Vaux created an intricate network of carriage drives, walks, and trails adorned with specimen trees and ornamental shrubs. The landscape plan entails well-chosen prospect points marked by rustic gazebos and sheltered garden seats. The trail system that traverses the property is approximately three miles long and takes about one hour to hike. Vaux’s reverence for nature, always clearly and thoughtfully expressed in his work, is still evident.

    History of Wilderstein

    Become a Member

    Volunteer

    Parking for the trails is available off Morton Road near Wilderstein’s Gate Lodge during hours the mansion is not open for tours.

    Read More

    FREE! Grounds & Trails at Wilderstein Historic Site in Rhinebeck, NY
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