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Schuyler Mansion

32 Catherine St, Albany, NY 12202-1605
+1 518-434-0834
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Well Worth the Trip

Really enjoyed our tour - guide was very knowledgeable. House shows it's age but is undergoing... read more

Reviewed November 3, 2016
FloridaTravelBug05
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Florida
Hidden Gem of American History

The Schuyler Mansion was the home of Philip Schuyler, a major general in the Revolutionary War and... read more

Reviewed October 22, 2016
sandman621
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New York City, New York
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Built before the American Revolution, the elegant home of General Philip Schuyler is one of the most outstanding examples of pre-war architecture. During the season, experience a guided-tour of the home from knowledgeable staff who will tell you the history of the home and the Schuyler family that lived there - Philip and Catharine Van Rensselaer Schuyler, and their eight children. Second daughter Elizabeth Schuyler married Alexander Hamilton in the museum's front parlor in 1780. Tours are offered on the hour. Please call in advance of your tour, as pre-scheduled groups and events will alter the tour schedule. Site is CLOSED yearly from October 31st until mid-May, excepting special events.
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  • Poor1%
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32 Catherine St, Albany, NY 12202-1605
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Reviewed November 3, 2016

Really enjoyed our tour - guide was very knowledgeable. House shows it's age but is undergoing slow restorations and can't wait to come back and see them. We didn't know they offered "Alexander Hamilton" tours until we got there and it was already full. Definitely...More

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Reviewed October 22, 2016

The Schuyler Mansion was the home of Philip Schuyler, a major general in the Revolutionary War and a leading citizen of New York in the colonial and post colonial era. He was also the father in law of Alexander Hamilton, which makes this a must...More

3  Thank sandman621
Reviewed October 17, 2016

This is the home of Gen. Philip Schuyler, the father-in-law of Alexander Hamilton. You can see "the room where it happened", where Alexander Hamilton married Elizabeth Schuyler, the general's daughter. Great tour of a grand home of Albany, beautifully preserved. The knowledgeable docent gave us...More

5  Thank Chachalaca11
Reviewed September 29, 2016

This mansion was the home of Revolutionary War Major General Philip Schuyler and his family. Many personal items, hats, shoes, sword and furniture is there. The guide was extremely knowledgeable and took his time to explain everything.

1  Thank Bruce K
Reviewed September 25, 2016

My daughters are huge Hamilton (Broadway play) fans. They loved this tour of an historic home with many connections to Alexander Hamilton. The home was built pre-Revolutionary War and was wonderfully restored. Great guide explained everything well. Definitely best for Hamilton fans, but I loved...More

1  Thank Stewfamily
Reviewed September 18, 2016 via mobile

We lived in Albany for several years but today for the first time we visited one of the major tourist attractions of Albany: Schuyler mansion. Philip Schuyler was a Revolutionary War general and United States Senator. Alexander Hamilton got married in this house and live...More

2  Thank Anna A
Reviewed September 17, 2016

Went to the Schuyler Mansion recently and because there was no one else there - received a private tour of the house. The tour guide was very knowledgable about the family, the house, and the history of Albany. The house is in good shape for...More

1  Thank guidethrudarkness
Reviewed September 13, 2016

Don't miss the annual open house on Jan 6th each year. Fully costumed actors portray the colonial Schuyler family with many interesting connections fom early Dutch Albany and through the American Revolutionary war period. Very well preserved piece of history by the dedicated Friends of...More

1  Thank napngs
Reviewed September 7, 2016 via mobile

I guess we missed it Since we only came for the Labor Day weekend But saw this only board there so took a pic

1  Thank Ameena M
SchuylerMansion, Historic Interpretor at Schuyler Mansion, responded to this reviewResponded October 23, 2016

We were open during our regular business hours throughout Labor day weekend. That sign is not on our property however. Were you able to find the site?

Reviewed September 7, 2016

With some mention in the new Broadway play "Hamilton", Philip Schuyler has had a bit of a resurgence. Since New York history is the center of US history in pre-revolutionary times, seeing how our "founding fathers" lived is fascinating. The house is being brought back...More

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KarenMDay123
January 25, 2017|
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Response from SchuylerMansion | Property representative |
Due to limited space inside the historic home, we can accommodate a maximum of 11 people per tour. With prearrangement, we can accommodate 3 of these groups at once, meaning we can take a group of approximately 30 people... More
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cyndee1129
January 20, 2017|
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Response from SchuylerMansion | Property representative |
As previous posters have indicated, we do have a parking lot at the entrance to the museum and on street parking is typically available, as well. The walkway and first floor of the house are wheelchair accessible, though the... More
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