Mount Gulian Historic Site, Beacon, New York is a reconstruction of the 18th century Dutch house that served as headquarters for Major General Freidrich Von Steuben, drill master of the Continental Army in 1783. Mount Gulian also interprets the life and history of James F. Brown, an escaped slave who worked as a gardener there. His first-person diary of years spent at Mount Gulian is one of few African-American written records.
Panoramic view of the Hudson River from the 1913 Classical Revival Georgian mansion Kykuit, home of the prestigious Rockefellers, in Tarrytown, NY. Tour the house (including the incredible modern art collection and gallery with Picassos) and gardens.
Visit FDR's 1826 home that remains almost exactly as it was at the time of the president's death in 1945, including the stables, icehouses, a walking trail, and the graves of Franklin and Eleanor located in the Rose Garden.