• The Living Room in the Vanderbilt Mansion

    Vanderbilt Mansion

    National Historic Site New York

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    Upon arrival to Vanderbilt Visitor Center, visitors may purchase tickets for the next available tour, although available tours may be some hours after arrival time. Visitors may choose to reserve in advance at least one day before. More »


The Vanderbilt Mansion Visitor Center is accessible by wheelchair. Disability access is limited at the Vanderbilt Mansion itself, as most electric wheelchairs and many manual wheelchairs do not fit in the small historic (1935) elevator. Most visitors with disabilities are required to stand to move between floors on the elevator. Please call ahead to discuss your particular needs at 845-229-7770.

Handicapped parking is available in the main parking lot.

American Sign Language Interpretation is available upon request. Please contact Scott Rector at 845-229-9115 Ext. 2025 at least 14 days prior to your visit.

Did You Know?

Louise Vanderbilt

In August of 2014 the NPS found out that Louise Vanderbilt was born September 4, 1854, making her only 18 months older than Frederick and not 12 years as orginally thought.