Boscobel Reopens Sunday, April 15
Programs Celebrating Hudson Valley Design, History, and Nature
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
(Garrison, NY – March 2018) – On Sunday, April 15, Boscobel opens its gates for a new season, both literally and figuratively.
During the month of April, in addition to elegant Federal-era interiors for which Boscobel is beloved, Open Doors, Open Drawers Tours offer insider access. In the company of expert guides, visitors will peek into private spaces, from ingeniously designed compartments in fine furniture to passageways most often used by servants.
On Sunday, April 22, come celebrate Earth Day with Plant-A-Tree/Take-A-Tree. Guests are invited to join Museum Educator Lisa DiMarzo in renewing native plants at Boscobel and at home. Lisa will show how to plant tree seedlings to combat erosion and help sustain native ecology. Visitors can take part by planting a seedling at Boscobel and then take a tree seedling home to plant where they wish.
Throughout 2018, Boscobel looks forward to serving more diverse audiences than ever with engaging experiences in design, history, and nature. Our 2018 season includes family-friendly programs such as Bring the Kids! house tours with seasonal crafts and activities, our inaugural Ice Cream Social, and annual Military Reenactment Day. We have also launched an expanded variety of tours and—for the first time ever—pay-what-you-wish access to Boscobel’s grounds, including lush gardens and a woodland trail, every Saturday throughout the year.
We welcome one and all.