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HISTORIC SITES
The area code for the phone numbers listed below is 845, unless otherwise noted.
 
Nine Partners Meeting House
Millbrook, Church St. (Nine Partners Cemetery); 677-9638
The meeting house, c.1780, was built by Quakers and could hold 1,000 people. By appointment.

Wethersfield Estate and Gardens

Amenia, 373-8037
Gardens open June–Sept., Wed., Fri., Sat., 12–5; house and stables by appointment.

Clinton Exhibit Center
Clinton Corners, 266-5494
This former Quaker meeting house, built in 1777, hosts art exhibitions and railroad exhibits. May–Oct., weekends.
Hyde Park Historical Society Museum
Hyde Park, 229-5179
Located on second floor of Vanderbilt Mansion Visitor's Center. May–Oct.
Hyde Park Railroad Station
Hyde Park, 331-9233
The station, built in 1914, has been restored to its original condition. Mid-June–mid-Sept., weekends or by appointment.
 
Eleanor Roosevelt
National Historic Site
Hyde Park, 229-9115
Restored home of Eleanor Roosevelt; 180 acres of grounds with hiking trails. May–Oct., daily; Nov.– Apr., weekends. 
Franklin D. Roosevelt Home
National Historic Site
Hyde Park, 229-9115
Lifelong home of the president, including grave site, rose garden, library/museum. Library/museum: 800-FDR-VISIT.

Vanderbilt Mansion
National Historic Site

Hyde Park, 229-9115
Home of Frederick and Louise Vanderbilt. Late-19th-century house representative of the Gilded Age. Grounds, trails, formal gardens. Spectacular view of the Hudson.

Clinton House
Poughkeepsie, 471-1630
Headquarters of the Dutchess County Historical Society. Exhibits and library.
Poughkeepsie Post Office
Poughkeepsie, 452-3421
National Historic Landmark.
Samuel F. B. Morse Historic Site
Locust Grove
Poughkeepsie, 454-4500
Extensive furniture collection, china, art, telegraph exhibits, gardens, nature walk. Mar.–Dec.
Wilderstein Preservation
Rhinebeck, 876-4818
An 1888 Victorian-Queen Anne mansion. The 35-acre grounds were designed in the American romantic landscape style by Calvert Vaux, with interiors and windows by J. B. Tiffany. Walking trails and panoramic views of the Hudson. May–Oct., Thurs.–Sun.

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