The Ten Broeck Mansion in Albany, New York was built in 1797. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1971. A decade later it was included as a contributing property to the Arbor Hill Historic District–Ten Broeck Triangle when that neighborhood was listed on the Register.Plan to visit Ten Broeck Mansion during your Albany vacation using our convenient Albany holiday planner.
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I wasn’t able to tour inside due to everything being shut down during the COVID 19 pandemic, but I really enjoyed the lovely outdoor gardens, with so many varieties of beautiful flowers. There are... more »
Love the local history! Even the spooky aspects. Great connection to Albany’s past. Looking forward to upcoming wine events too. more »
The tour guide is a little short but I understand it is a volunteer place beautiful place lots of history
Went to see "The Ideal Husband", and it was wonderful! We stayed on the first floor, the mansion was beautiful, and the actors were great - all around fantastic.
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