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.
Fees & Reservations
Vanderbilt Mansion admission is $10 per person.
Tickets and visitor information are available in the Visitor Center located on the grounds of the Vanderbilt Mansion.
Children 15 and under are Free
The Grounds and Formal Gardens are free and open everyday from sunrise to sunset.
The Interagency Annual, Senior, Access and U.S. Military Passes are either sold or issued and honored at all the National Park Service sites in Hyde Park. Please see the fee collector for more information on the passes.
The guided tour of the Vanderbilt Mansion is a 45-60 minute walking tour, including the first floor, second floor and a portion of the basement. There are approximately 100 steps during the tour.
The Vanderbilt Mansion is accessible. Please call ahead to check availability.
Groups of 10 or more are required to make a group reservation. To make a group reservation, call 1-877-559-6777, or visit www.recreation.gov.
If you experience any difficulty in booking your visit to Hyde Park, please call Kevin Thomas at 845-486-1966.
Interagency Annual Passes cannot be used for reservations.
Interagency Annual Passes can only be used in person, on a first come, first serve basis.
Did You Know?
The Vanderbilt Pavilion (Visitor Center) was constructed in 1895 in only 66 days at a cost of $50,000.