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Montgomery Place, a serene reflection of nearly 200 years of continuous family stewardship, is best known as a landscape influenced by the great Andrew Jackson Downing and an architectural landmark designed by Alexander Jackson Davis. But the...more
Once part of Historic Hudson Valley. the building & grounds are now owned by Bard Collage. Site includes a tour of the main house (Check schedule due to limited tour times), gardens, walking trails & a couple of out buildings.
The ground is open all year round (free) and visitors can walk around the trails and explore all the beauty this place can offer! But to visit the mansion, the tour is only available on Saturdays for $10pp at 10:30, 11:30, 1:30, and 2:30 (6/2...More
It's a simple quiet place but it's inspiring. The docent's are adorable and informative. There are many things I saw that I would love to have or copy. The views are spectacular, it's a great place to take photos.
Lovely estate on the Hudson with long history of women who "made it happen". We couldn't tour the house (only on Saturday) but walked the grounds and gardens using a well delinieated map. Be prepared if you have mobility issues. No alternatives but to walk...More
We wish we could've gone into the house, since I am descended from its original owner and have been touring all the Livingston homes. But we enjoyed the park, views, and the trails. Especially enjoyed unexpectedly discovering the waterfall while hiking.
Montgomery Place is a great place to take a walk along carriage trails, view an elegant mansion, and enjoy the views of the Hudson River and Hudson Valley. Just south of Bard College, Montgomery Place is a 19th century estate with level trails and a...More
We found this by accident. It was listed on one map of the Hudson River Area. There was a little pond that was just full of bullfrogs. We walked to the waterfall and the bay. While the grounds were not as dramatic or spectacular as...More
We went on April 27th which was a lovely spring day, with the trees just starting to bud. That was good because it allowed a good view of the Hudson River, the negative was that the mansion was not opened until May 1st, but the...More
Great place to bring the family. Pretty hiking trail, one leads to the Hudson river (very quiet spot) -- I've taken time to sit and just watch the water. During the spring and summer, the mansion is open for tours. I also love the walk...More