Sunday, October 6 (Raindate 10/13)
11:00am - 3:00pm
Members: Adult $18 | Child $12 | Under age 5 Free
Not-Yet-Members: Adult $22 | Child $13 | Under age 5 Free
Celebrate Hudson Valley harvests with cider pressing, apple preserving, and sweet and hard cider sampling. Renowned entertainer Mark Rust will enthrall families and guests with his spectacular array of music and tales. Sweet and hard cider, apple cider doughnuts, apple cider butter, and apple cider syrup will be available for purchase.
At the time of Boscobel’s construction in the early 19th century, the apple was America’s most popular fruit, with thousands of varieties. Boscobel’s Apple Orchard features some of those heirloom varieties along some newer ones, all of which are prized today. Let’s toast in their honor!
The Historic House Museum will be open for guests to explore at their own pace and direction, with expert guides stationed throughout to offer insights.
Many thanks to event sponsors: