Boscobel, the elegant Federal period house museum set on lovely landscaped grounds with breathtaking views of the Hudson River, has been welcoming visitors to explore its man-made and natural beauty for over half a century.
An outstanding example of neoclassical, Adam style architecture. Built in 1804-1808, overlooking the Hudson River, it contains a fine collection of New York furniture from the Federal period. Boscobel holds regularly scheduled events and performances and is well known as a wedding and event venue.
The stunning yellow Federal period house, the romantic tree-lined entryway, the brick paths through the elegant Rose Garden, the bucolic West Meadow and the magnificent Front Lawn with its majestic views, all provide an impressive and picturesque setting for your ceremony or reception.
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