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Your Home on the Hudson

After the Neoclassical mansion fell into disrepair, sold to wrecker for just $35, and was demolished, local preservationists recovered its architectural fragments and secured generous funding from Reader’s Digest co-founder Lila Acheson Wallace to move and restore the house. Since these original supporters saved Boscobel, generous members and donors have kept it vital.

Today, Boscobel hosts lively events, innovative exhibitions, talks by the world’s top design experts, and engaging programs and activities for families. We host field trips at our site and send our Museum Educator out to local schools.

Thank you for helping us open Boscobel’s doors ever wider!

Season Passes:

Individual $45

Unlimited grounds admission, including admission to gallery exhibitions as scheduled, for one guest every day Boscobel is open to the public.

Family $65

Unlimited grounds admission, including admission to gallery exhibitions as scheduled, for four people every day Boscobel is open to the public.

Artist Free

Registration required. Unlimited grounds admission for artists actively art-making on select days each month, April – December. Special access to study objects in the permanent collection, by appointment.

Library Pass $150

Benefits to library patrons who check out the Library Pass:
Free admission for one adult plus three guests of any age to include access to the grounds and seasonal exhibitions plus a tour of the Historic House Museum as available.

Membership Levels:

Federalist $150

  • Season pass benefits for four
  • Four Historic House tour passes. Advance reservation required.
  • Advance notice of Boscobel events and programs.
  • 20% discount to select Boscobel events, including: Bring the Kids, Lunar Eclipse, NY Cider and Cheese Fest, Celebrate Independence with the GNSO, Music and Trails Walk, Chamber Music Family Concert, Owls and Fall walk, Heritage AppleFest, Twilight Tours. Advance reservation required.
  • Free admission for four to the following events: Seasonal Sunsets, Tree Planting, 2,000 Steps, EarthFest, Family Film Night, Santa and Winter Garden
  • Invitations to Members-only events.
    Reciprocal admission privileges at more than 1000 museums. See North American Reciprocal Museum (NARM) Association® (narmassociation.org) for full list.
  • Memberships run through May 1, 2023.

Loyalist $500

  • All of the above benefits
  • One gift membership at the $150 Federalist level.
  • Four complimentary tickets to one outdoor Boscobel event of your choice. Advance reservation required.  Subject to availability.
  • Recognition on Boscobel.org and in the Annual Report.
  • Invitations to behind-the-scenes events.
  • Memberships run through May 1, 2023.

Patriot $1500

  • All of the above benefits
  • Private Landscape and Landmarks grounds tour for up to eight guests. Advance reservation required.
  • Private Historic House Museum tour with Executive Director for up to eight guests. Advance reservation required. Subject to availability.
  • Boscobel Hands-on-History program donated in your name to the area school of your choice, subject to school policies.
  • Invitations to Boscobel-related travel opportunities.
  • Memberships run through May 1, 2023.

Benefactor $5,000+

  • All of the above benefits
  • One-time use of the Grand Entrance Hall in Boscobel’s Historic House Museum for a private event with up to 30 guests. Scheduling and additional restrictions apply.  Subject to availability.
  • Memberships run through May 1, 2023.
Memberships and donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.

Donations

You can help open Boscobel's doors even wider.

Donations are more necessary than ever to make Boscobel more accessible, relevant, and secure for future generations. Boscobel depends upon community members like YOU to help us protect, share, and interpret Hudson Valley history, nature and design for increasingly diverse audiences. Please donate today to help make Boscobel everyone’s home on the Hudson.

 

Memorial, Tribute and Honorary Gifts

To donate in honor or memory of someone, please click the “Donate Now” button.  In the comments section, please indicate whom the donation is in honor or memory of, as well as whom to notify of the gift.

Every contribution is invaluable.

ADDITIONAL WAYS TO SUPPORT BOSCOBEL
Planned/Legacy Giving
Matched Gifts
Memorial, Tribute, and Honorary Gifts
In-Kind Donations

For more information, please contact Development Manager Dana Hammond via our Contact form below or by phone at 845-265-3638 x111.

Click below to donate:

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Corporate Sponsorships

Reach your audience and support our mission.

Boscobel—which engages diverse audiences in the Hudson Valley’s ongoing, dynamic exchange between design, history, and nature—is known for preserving and sharing the matchless beauty of its historic house, museum collection, and iconic site along the Hudson River.

More than 26,000 people participate in museum programs at Boscobel each season to stroll our grounds, take a guided tour, enjoy a community event, view an exhibition, or participate in one of our fun and educational programs for families and schools.

Your sponsorship supports Boscobel’s community outreach and programs while bringing recognition to your organization.

For more information on Corporate Sponsorship, please contact Development Manager Dana Hammond via our Contact form below or by phone at 845-265-3638 x. 111.

2022 Corporate Supporters
Downey Energy
Drug World
Garrison Tree, Inc
M & O Sanitation
M & T Bank
Reed Hilderbrand LLC

Explore our range of popular programs.

Boscobel corporate sponsorship overview

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Volunteer

Care to join us?

Our volunteers are a diverse bunch of kind people who lend a hand to Boscobel one or many days a year.

We look forward to meeting you.

Everyone is welcome!

For more information about volunteer opportunities at Boscobel:

Call Us:
845-265-3638
or

Contact Us

Support Boscobel's Tree Fund

Educate, Inspire, Delight

Boscobel’s Tree Fun & Initiative are dedicated to ensuring the health and safety of Boscobel’s existing, mature trees as well as the future impact of new species on our surrounding ecosystem.

Support Boscobel’s Tree Fund

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