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A grand Romanesque-style building, Albany's city hall was designed in 1882 by Henry Hobson Richardson, then America's greatest architect.
Boscobel is an elegantly furnished Federal-style house museum located within the spectacular the Hudson Highlands region of the Hudson Valley.
Bronck Museum features what may be the oldest dwelling in upstate New York with a design illustrating changes in early architectural styles.
Caramoor contains a diverse collection of art and antiques from Europe and the Far East housed in lavishly decorated rooms.
Clermont offers a glimpse into seven generations of the prominent Livingston family, with grounds that afford superb views and settings.
Troy's elegant Hart-Cluett House is an excellent example of a late Federal-style urban townhouse, built between 1825 and 1827 for banker Richard Hart.
Hill-Hold is a working farm with a Georgian mansion whose furnishings reflect the lifestyle of its original owners and their descendants.
New Paltz's quiet Huguenot Street offers a glimpse into the lives of the French settlers of the 17th century.
The 1832 Jacob Blauvelt House offers a glimpse of early 19th-century rural life in Rockland County with period rooms and exhibits.
Built c. 1819, the James Vanderpoel House is a superb example of Federal architecture with a Chippendale-style balustrade, Palladian windows, and fanlights.