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 Mansion was the first home in the Town of Hyde Park to have electricity. It was generated by a hydroelectric power plant, located on Crum Elbow Creek that runs through the property.