• On the Road with the Roosevelt’s Tour

  • 4-Days/3-Nights.
    Available Spring, Summer and Fall.
    From Hyde Park to Oyster Bay.  Join us for a journey of dining and wining and rubbing elbows with the aristocrats. Upon arrival in Hyde Park, NY, you will be privileged to meet your historian and costumed guide, Franklin D. Roosevelt, who will escort you throughout your stay.

  • Poughkeepsie, NY

    The Town is nestled in the majestic Hudson Valley and is rich with culture and steeped in history. You'll spend two nights in this quaint town.

  • Hudson River Cruise

    Experience the excitement of cruising under towering bridges spanning the storied Hudson River. Glide past Gilded Age mansions and let your mind return to the romantic days when steamships coursed the great Hudson bringing travelers to their “summer cottages.”

  • Dinner with Chef Joel

    Savor the flavors of spectacular Italian cuisine prepared by Chef Joel, a Culinary Institute of America trained chef as you gaze out at the Hudson River.

  • Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt

    This National Historic Site preserves the Springwood Estate, the birthplace, lifelong home and burial place of the 32nd President of the United States. Learn the story of the Roosevelt presidency beginning in the depths of the Great Depression and continuing through the New Deal and World War II. You will also visit the Presidential Library and Museum.

  • Val-Kill, the Eleanor Roosevelt
    National Historic Site

    Val-Kill, loosely translated means waterfall-stream from the Dutch language common to the original settlers of the area. Val-Kill was the only place Eleanor Roosevelt called home. It was here that she pursued her political and social interests, wrote her My Day column and worked on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

  • The Vanderbilt Mansion

    One of America's premier examples of the country’s palaces built by wealthy industrialists. Situated on the east bank of the Hudson River, the property includes pleasure grounds with views of the river and the distant Catskill Mountains, formal gardens, natural woodlands, and numerous auxiliary structures. The site’s main feature is a 54-room mansion designed between 1896 and 1899.

  • Dinner with Chef John Novi

    Dinner this evening offers not only exceptional cuisine but also a museum experience as it is served in an historic canal house, built as a tavern in 1797. Meet the chef and discover why The TV Food Network named Chef John Novi “The Father of American Eclectic Cuisine.” 

  • Sagamore Hill
    National Historic Site

    Home of Theodore Roosevelt, 26th President of the United States, from 1885 until his death in 1919. Sagamore Hill is a rambling 23-room Victorian structure of wood and brick. Roosevelt named his home Sagamore, the Algonquin word for chieftain, the head of the tribe. 

  • Planting Fields Arboretum State Historic Park

    This former Gold Coast estate is comprised of 409 acres of greenhouses, rolling lawns, formal gardens, woodland paths and outstanding plant collections. The original historic estate buildings remain, including the 65 room Tudor Revisal mansion, Coe Hall.

  • Historic Thayer Hotel
    at West Point

    This property is a national treasure visited by past US Presidents, world leaders and celebrities alike. Discover a captivating blend of over 200 years of military history combined with some of this finest food and service along the Hudson. This renowned restaurant sets the stage for a truly unique dining experience. 

  • Walkway Over The Hudson

    A linear walkway spanning the Hudson River. The “Walkway” is 212 feet tall and 1.28 miles long, making it the longest, elevated pedestrian bridge in the world. Walk across this majestically transformed railroad bridge and witness a 360-degree view of the Hudson Valley's breathtaking river and mountain views. 

  • Extend Your Tour in
    New York City!

    Take in a Broadway Show, visit amazing attractions, savor the city’s ethnic flavors; the opportunities are endless, experiences memorable and quicker to book than a New York minute!