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Where the Hudson Valley begins

The mansion is closed for this season, but there’s still a lot to explore!

Lyndhurst is a national historic landmark built in 1838 by Alexander Jackson Davis and is considered one of the most important gothic revival homes in the United States. We are situated on a 67-acre landscape and offer casual grounds visitation through the rest of the season.

A Daily Grounds Pass is required for visitation through the end of November. Lyndhurst grounds will be open to the public till November 29th. Members always get in for free and should register their visit!



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Explore the Grounds

Discover Lyndhurst's campus, gardens, and buildings through our interactive map.