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The perfect venue for corporate receptions and dinners, company outings and retreats, seminars, meetings, and lectures, Boscobel is conveniently located one hour north of New York City, in the heart of the Hudson River Valley.
Enjoy access to 68 acres of our grounds that directly overlooks Constitution Marsh toward the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, showcasing dramatic views of the Hudson River.
You may choose from our elegant, multi-purpose event spaces and allow us to create a customized program for you, with tours of the Historic House Museum, catered meals, and cocktails available.
The West Meadow / Pavilion
Directly adjacent to the Boscobel’s orangery and herb garden, the Pavilion at Boscobel offers Hudson River views in our expansive West Meadow. Ideal for gatherings of up to 100 people, the Pavilion is complete with lighting, flooring, and sides. Providing both privacy and stunning vistas, the Pavilion is an ideal venue for executive retreats and conferences.
Audio visual equipment and wi-fi as well as tables and chairs are included. Depending on the season, heaters and fans may be added.
Visitor Center Gallery
The Visitor Center Gallery is a light-filled space that easily accommodates large groups for meals, meetings, or cocktails.
The Lila Wallace Room | Mansion Gallery
Inside the Visitor Center at Boscobel is The Lila Wallace Room (pictured here). The Lila Room is a private, 667-square foot gathering space for gatherings of up to 50 guests. With many windows and French door access to a small courtyard, this space beautifully accommodates business meetings, retreats, and seminars, and is an ideal spot to dine.
Connected to the Neoclassical mansion is our Gallery space. Available seasonally, it is a cozy, yet spacious room that holds larger parties.
Wi-fi, a media screen, projector, and podium, as well as tables and chairs are included.
The Formal Garden
The Formal Garden is inspired by the classic-style English garden with a central fountain surrounded by elegant hedges. In bloom for long stretches of the season, its plants are pollinator-friendly, native species that were popular in early American gardens.
Set against the backdrop of the Hudson River, the Formal Garden is an ideal location for a cocktail reception.