Learn About the Park

  • ParkChat - Roosevelt-Vanderbilt Blog
  • News - Browse Press Releases and Archived News
  • Nature - Inventory and Monitoring Program, Northeast Temperate Network
  • Education - Parks as Classrooms, Field Trips and Institutes & Field Schools
  • Kids & Youth - Activities for Kids, including the Junior Secret Service Program
  • Management - Superintendent's Compendium
  • Speakers Bureau - Roosevelt-Vanderbilt National Historic Sites offers free outreach programs to groups and organizations. Programs are geared for adults. Topics focus on Franklin Roosevelt, Eleanor Roosevelt, the Vanderbilts, and the National Park Service. If you are interested in us presenting one of these programs to your group or organization please call Franceska Macsali-Urbin at 845-229-6225 or e-mail Fran at e-mail us.

Arts in the Parks
Art has been part of the history of national parks since the 1870's when Hudson River painters captured majestic American landscapes. Through their awe-inspiring works, the public came to see these special places in America for the first time. The works captured their imaginations, spurring them to preserve these lands for future generations.

Today art continues to thrive in our national parks. At Roosevelt-Vanderbilt National Historic Sites, our lands and historic buildings are available to a range of professional, amateur and student artists who express history through imagination and creativity. For more information about Art in our Parks click the link above.

Last updated: January 9, 2017

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Mailing Address:

4097 Albany Post Rd
Hyde Park, NY 12538


(845) 229-5320

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