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The estate and home of Martin Van Buren, the eight president of the United States, is spread over 38.5 scenic acres, many of which retain a high degree of integrity to the period of the former president's residence.
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Not knowing much about our eighth President of the United States, it seemed advantageous to visit his home called Lindenwald, and fill in the blanks on this historical personage. Located along New York’s Route 9H on Old Post Road in the village of Kinderhook, the...More
We stumbled on to Martin Van Buren’s historic home by accident and were glad we did. After a short video of background at the visitors center, we took the guided tour with a knowledgeable ranger and got an informative peak into the past.
Even though it was a chilly day I had a great time. There was an unusual high turnout with a dozen people along with me on the tour of the house. The tour guide was outstanding and very informative not just on the house but...More
The Martin Van Buren National Historic Site is far from the most impressive of the historically significant dwellings in the area; but visiting it is certainly worth the time and trouble. Thanks to the knowledgeable guides, a visitor is given a good understanding of a...More
Lindenwood, the home of our eight President of the United States, Martin Van Buren, is a very interesting tour that everyone should not miss when they are 'Mansion Hopping' in the Hudson River Valley. The home is far up closer to Albany than New York...More
Well done guide by National Park service who I have always found that they give the best and are the most well informed tours. Although the house rooms are not grand there are many interesting artifacts that the guide explains including the original wallpaper scene...More
The tour was a bit hard on my 5 and 8 years old, but it was doable with the kids interested. The visit is free, they have a parking lot, a small visitor center, walking trails and the house by tours. There is free Junior...More
If your presidential amateur historian like I am this house is a must! It's free, the guides will tell you more than you ever wanted to know about Martin Van Buren and the house is so well preserved and full of history. Please be warned...More
Van Buren's legacy is about compromise in American presidential history, not something that I remembered much before this visit. The tour of the house was very informative and it very good, historically accurate condition. My favorite part is the staircase, so do make sure to...More