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The early home of the Livingston family, aristocratic 18th century settlers. Located on a bluff overlooking the majestic Hudson River, with gardens and grounds to explore, well run by the State of New York. Tours and a good gift shop, too.
My husband and I visited this site the Saturday of Labor Day weekend. We had visited Vanderbilt Mansion and then the Staatsburg estate before this one; we arrived here just at 3:00 p.m. to find it was their final tour of the day. We dashed...More
Took a tour of the house and walked the grounds. The house is wonderfully preserved and our guide was knowledgeable. Learned a lot about the Livingston family and how instrumental they were to changing not only the area but American history. Robert R. Livingston, the...More
Visiting this home gave me insight into a New York family with a prominent place in history. The Livingstons built the first home in 1740. It was burned and rebuilt in 1779ish. The home has been added onto over the years by different generations of...More
A great stop year round- snow shoe and XC ski in the winter. See spring spring on the many paths. Summer is just beautiful and the picnic tables perfect for an evening dinner and sunset over the Catskills. Fall the majestic old oaks and maples...More
Visiting the Livingston Mansion at Clermont State Historic site is like a trip back in time. The home is beautifully decorated as it was when the last Livingston family members lived there. Guided tours take one to the formal dining room, drawing room, sitting room,...More
Went to tour the mansion today for the holiday season, the mansion was so beautifully decorated, and the period clothing that the staff wore was so nice. The music being played up stairs made the house feel even more welcoming. Such a beautiful way to...More