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Boscobel still hopes to reopen our gardens and grounds as scheduled on Friday, May 1, 2020. In the coming weeks, we will be evaluating all public and private programs. We'll keep you informed here as the situation evolves. Thank you and be well. x

Gardens and Grounds Admission

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Currently Scheduled to Resume on May 1


$0-12 | Unlimited Admission for Season Pass Holders and Members


From May through early January, Boscobel offers guests admission to 68 acres of our gardens and grounds with Boscobel’s unparalleled view of the Hudson River, Constitution Marsh, and the U.S. Military Academy at West Point

Also on our grounds, the Frances Stevens Reese Woodland Trail of Discovery offers hikers a tranquil mile through the forest. The Apple Orchard, Formal Garden, and Herb Garden feature fruit trees and plants prized by New Yorkers then and now. And the Hudson River School Artists Garden, with sculptures by Greg Wyatt, honors 19th-century painters who celebrated this region.

On the second Saturday of each month, May – December, gardens and grounds admission is pay-what-you-wish.

Season Pass and Artist Pass:

In addition to daily grounds tickets, guests may purchase a Season Pass, which grants admission to our property—including gallery exhibitions as scheduled—for 1-4 visitors every day Boscobel is open to the public.

On the third Thursday of every month, May through December, our grounds are open to Artist Pass holders to engage in active art-making on our property. On any day we are open to the public, artists are welcome to create art outdoors at Boscobel with a regular grounds admission ticket, Membership, or Season Pass.


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