Considered one of America's most beautiful Gothic Revival mansions, embark on a historical journey and visit this castle, built in 1838, to view its comprehensive collection of original art and tour its picturesque grounds.
Perched across 67-acres along the banks of the Hudson River in Tarrytown, NY, this 1838 Gothic Revival-style mansion hosts the legacy of 175 years of American history. Home to three influential families over the years, each family played its part in making the mansion what it is today. In 1961, the last tenants, Anna Gould, Duchess of Talleyrand and Princess de Sagan, donated the estate to the National Trust for Historic Preservation upon her death. Explore this opulent landmark with guided tours of 19 elaborately decorated rooms inside the mansion and around the manicured grounds.
Stroll through the restored bowling alley, multiple kitchens, laundry room, majestic landscapes complete with rose gardens and a conservatory, and the observation tower which overlooks the widest part of the lower Hudson River and the Manhattan skyline. Filled with a vast collection of art, antiques, and elegant furniture, the castle has relatively remained intact over the centuries