Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt National Historic Site
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Nearby Hyde Park is home to this historic site: the birthplace, lifelong home, and burial pace of the 32d President of the United States, established in 1942.
the home is closed for renovations until 2021 but the grounds are open until 430pm everyday and they are just beautiful (particularly when its snowy).
Home of FDR perched right on the Hudson. There are trails, gardens and the home itself to explore. A wonderful day trip.
Explore the lifelong home of President Franklin D. Roosevelt, including the Springwood library, Top Cottage & Henry Wallace Center, the Roosevelt Ride, his gravesite and the Rose Garden.
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“Built by of one of the first families of wealth in America. Designed by one of the nation's preeminent architects. The Vanderbilt Mansion is a home built expressly for the aristocratic lifestyle. The mansion is available for large groups and families to visit and is only 42 mins north of the home.”
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“Overlooking the Hudson River in Poughkeepsie, New York, the 150 acre estate of Samuel F.B. Morse includes an Italianate Villa designed by Alexander Jackson Davis, which contains collections of American and European decorative and fine arts. Miles of carriage roads wind through the landscaped grounds, romantic gardens and shady groves.”
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“The Culinary Institute of America is an American private college and culinary school specializing in culinary, baking, and pastry arts education. The school's primary campus is located in Hyde Park, New York, with branch campuses in St. Helena and Napa, California; San Antonio, Texas; and Singapore.”
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“The Newburgh waterfront area features great restaurants, incl. Billy Joe's Ribworks, Blu Pointe, Captain Jake's Riverhouse and The River Grill. Or take boat tours down the Hudson River.”
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“Moses Gomez, a Jewish community leader from New York City, purchased 1,200 acres with river access in what is now Marlborough, NY, near the current border with Newburgh. With his two sons Jacob and Daniel, the Gomez family amassed 3,000 acres by 1723. They built a fieldstone blockhouse on what was known as Jews Creek, to conduct trade and maintain provisions as an extension of their successful enterprises in Colonial New York. Gomez launched one of the Mid-Hudson Valley's earliest commercial ventures: operating mills and lime kilns on the property, then shipping the material to New York City markets. Gomez Mill House is a quick, very interesting trip if you’re visiting the Hudson Valley. Conveniently located in Marlboro, NY located right off Route 9w. Gomez Mill House is the oldest Jewish settlement in the US and has been occupied by 4 or 5 different owners over the last 3 centuries. The tours are short but very very informative! ”
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