Hyde Park

The fun thing about living in the Hudson Valley is that there is some sort of historic site or little piece of history in nearly every town. One of these places that’s worth a visit is Hyde Park where both the Vanderbilt Mansion National Historic Site and Franklin Roosevelt’s Presidential Library and home are.

The grounds of the mansion are now a park that is open free to the public, and anyone who has an Annual National Parks pass can use it for tours at both places.

Vanderbilt Mansion

Vanderbilt Mansion

The Hudson River

The Hudson River

We’ve spent a couple of nice afternoons in Hyde Park and I would recommend both sites for anyone who’s passing through.


One response to “Hyde Park

  1. Thanks for sharing! Glad you are having fun exploying the East and Hudson valley. Michele’s former inlaws are Vanderbilts and in the museum I think there is mention of her former husband and Melanie and Sita.

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