Overlooking the Hudson River in Rhinebeck, Wilderstein Historic Site is an exquisite Queen Anne mansion and Calvert Vaux designed landscape, widely regarded as the Hudson Valley’s most important example of Victorian architecture.
Visitors to Wilderstein learn about the history of the estate and its inhabitants, explore the grounds and walking trails, and experience the mansion’s unique architecture and lavish 1888 interiors.
Tours are available May – October, Thursday – Sunday, from noon – 4 PM. Group Tours are welcome by reservation during and outside regular tour hours.
Visit Wilderstein’s website for heir calendar of events, and find them on Facebook.
- Daffodil High Tea At Wilderstein
Put on your fancy hat and head to Wilderstein Historic Site's annual Daffodil High Tea on Saturday, April 16 at 1 PM. A treat for tea enthusiasts, this event offers a glimpse of what tea time was l...
- Great Estates Consortium 7th Conference
The Great Estates Consortium will be presenting the seventh annual Great Estates Conference —- “Inspiring Individuals: A Legacy of Leadership in the Hudson River Valley” —- on S...
- Boscobel House &- Gardens Appoints New Executive Director
Following a national search, the board of directors of Boscobel House &- Garden in Putnam County has selected Steven Miller of Morristown, New Jersey to be the historic site’s new executive dire...