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.
The Roosevelt-Vanderbilt Historical Association is responsible for the gift shops located in the Vanderbilt Pavilion on the Vanderbilt Estate and at Eleanor Roosevelt's Val-Kill. They sell a variety of items relating to the Hudson Valley, Roosevelts, Vanderbilts, and the National Park Service.
The purchases made at any of the Roosevelt-Vanderbilt Historical Association sales outlets help support interpretive, educational, and visitor service programs at the individual parks in Hyde Park. For more information call 845-229-9300.
Visit their website at: rooseveltvanderbilt.org
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.