Clermont State Historic Site encompasses 500 acres of the historic Livingston family estate. The manor house, outbuildings, grounds and gardens are preserved to their circa 1930 appearance, when Clermont was the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Henry Livingston and family.

Clermont’s architecture, landscape and collections reflect, however, the impact and influence of all seven generations of the family, who resided here between 1728 and 1962 when Clermont became a New York State Historic Site.

Weddings and Events at Clermont State Historic Site
Since 1996 Clermont State Historic Site has welcomed couples to experience their special day on the grounds of this beautiful National Historic Landmark property. Couples may choose Clermont for their ceremony site, reception site, or both. Wooded hideaways, century-old gardens and exquisite views of the Hudson River and Catskill Mountains make you and your guests feel like Hudson Valley royalty. The museum staff look forward to working with you to make your wedding day a memorable one.