The Federalist-period house at Boscobel (which was built elsewhere and transported to this site) is nice enough, especially during the holiday candlelight tours. It doesn't take very long to see it all, though.
But the grounds are the reason to head to Boscobel. The lawn has the most stunning view of the river available in the area, looking across to West Point and south to Constitution Marsh. If you like Shakespeare, catch the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival under the tent all summer long--and if you don't, just get a picnic pass and show up to have a snack and a glass of wine and watch the Hudson go by.
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