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Boscobel's program schedule is subject to change due to COVID. At this time, Boscobel's grounds are open as scheduled but there are no house tours until further notice. x

Gardens and Grounds Admission, including the Frances Stevens Reese Woodland Trail of Discovery

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Saturdays | 9:00am - 5:00pm


Members and Season Pass Holders: Included with Membership
Not-Yet-Members: $12 Adult | $10 Senior | $6 Child (ages 5-18)
Free to healthcare workers (click HERE), members, library pass holders, and children under age 5
Discounts for Veterans


Boscobel offers reserved tickets for outdoor access to 68 acres of our gardens and grounds. Enjoy a stroll or picnic on our Great Lawn, 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, with river views. (Please wear sturdy shoes and bring bug spray.) 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 Fridays and Saturdays from November 26 through December 18, reserved Grounds Admission is extended until 7:00 p.m. Enjoy evening access to our pathways and grounds as Boscobel’s landscape showcases dramatic sunsets, the muted colors of Constitution Marsh slowly transition ‘til dusk, and the brilliant moonlight silhouettes the Hudson Highlands. Twinkling lights along our pathways will lead guests though the Apple Orchard and the Formal Garden, along the Great Lawn, and back up Maple Lane. A new Winter Garden created by the members of the Philipstown Garden Club features sparkling lights and fabulous seasonal floral decorations.

While you’re on the grounds (or at home!), enjoy our Virtual Tour of Boscobel.

Coming with kids? The Boscobel Activity Booklet—full of pictures, information, and activities—is simple to use, fun to follow, and can be picked up as you enter or downloaded HERE before your visit. The booklet will guide you into the gardens, walk you around the grounds, and lead you along the woodland trail, all the while encouraging you and your family to discover the wonders that make Boscobel your special place for history, design, and nature.

  • Advance reservations are encouraged. You may book tickets via the button on this page. (Healthcare workers, please make your reservations for free respite visits HERE
  • Guests must check in at the gate or ticket window upon arrival to display or pick up their admissions pass.
  • Masks are required indoors and for select programs, on a program-by-program basis.
  • Picnicking is welcome; guests must carry out everything that they carry in.
  • Pets are not permitted at Boscobel.
  • Boscobel staff are performing critical maintenance and security functions on the grounds. Please give them plenty of space.


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.

Boscobel offers all local libraries the opportunity to join our Library Pass Program, which offers up to four guests access to the grounds and/or to a house tour. Prior to visiting Boscobel, Library guests need to go to the Gardens and Grounds Admission or Holiday House Tours event pages in the Calendar section of In order to receive the Library Pass discount, guests must use the code provided by their local library and present the Library Pass upon arrival. Please check with your local library to inquire about its participation in the program. Library representatives may purchase a pass HERE.  Should you have any questions, please feel free to reach us at 845-265-3638 or via our Contact page.

With a free Artist Pass, artists are welcome to engage in active art-making on Boscobel’s grounds on select dates each month. Simply sign up with the button above, and you will receive email notification about upcoming Artist Pass dates. With the purchase of a membership, season pass, or regular Gardens and Grounds Admission ticket, artists are also welcome to make art outdoors at Boscobel on other dates we are open to the public. Already have an Artist Pass? Register for upcoming dates here.


(Autumn marsh photo below by Jamie Martorano.)

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