Vanderbilt Mansion will be closed to the public on Wednesday morning July 30th.
Signs will be installed at the Main and Coach House gates to inform the public of the temporary closure and will be removed when the park reopens. Park guests may wish to visit the Home of FDR or Eleanor Roosevelt’s Val-Kill in the morning.
Collections are managed by the Museum Services Division, a team of curators, collection managers and technicians responsible for the care, preservation, study and presentation of the historic interiors, furnishings, objects and documents related to the history of Vanderbilt Mansion National Historic Site. The museum collection includes approximately 6,500 artifacts and supporting archival material.
For all inquiries regarding history of the collection, contact the curator by email or by calling (845) 229-9115 ext. 2028.
Did You Know?
The Vanderbilt Pavilion (Visitor Center) was constructed in 1895 in only 66 days at a cost of $50,000.