Van Cortlandt Manor, Croton on Hudson

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Van Cortlandt Manor is a 17th-century house and property built by the van Cortland family located near the confluence of the Croton and Hudson Rivers in the village of Croton-on-Hudson in Westchester County, New York, United States. The colonial era stone and brick manor house is now a museum and is a National Historic Landmark.

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  • The Van Cortlandt Manor is a major historic attraction that primarily showcases the opulence and domestic life of the Van Cortlandts, a prominent and wealthy Dutch family that were highly influential....  more »
  • I went to the Pumpkin Blaze at the Van Cortlandt this year in the era of COVID and it was very well run. The crowds have been reduced to 25% so it is a pleasure to walk through the event without...  more »
  • Outstanding educational site! Really one of the very very best. Fifth grade social studies is American history, and this site is authentic. Concurrently, if you just have children, and you want to bring to a magnificently authentic site, this is the place.
  • A historic house that is fun to visit for kids as well as adults. The basic tour includes visits to the dining room, the living room, and the kitchen in the main house, and a tour of the pub, and the family quarters of the ferryman's house. No photos are allowed inside the houses.

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