Even if you have visited Frederic Church's masterpiece of design before, you can see it through a different lens this summer with a special Olana tour program.
Historic sites are worth a visit year-round but many welcome the arrival of spring with a return to regular tour hours and the launch of special programs.
For the historic house or architecture enthusiast in your life, 2018 has brought a bumper crop of coffee table books rich with drool-worthy photographs.
Bask in the breathtaking surroundings of a historic landscape while you check out the work of local artisans with a special summer market.
In the 19th century, a group of New York landscape painters captured the wild, bold beauty of the natural world, eventually becoming known collectively as the Hudson River School.
If you want a bit of history with your outdoor activity, we've got three sites where you can admire some historic architecture while gliding through scenic landscapes.
A new exhibition featuring work by contemporary Brooklyn artist Teresita Fernández and art from the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros is on view at the 19th century estate of painter Frederic Church in Hudson, N.Y.
The visual feast that is Olana is painter Frederic Edwin Church's 1870s dream home overlooking the Hudson River near Hudson, N.Y. Church was one of the masters of the Hudson River School and this house is as much of a personal masterpiece as his magnificent landscape paintings.
Want to get in some leaf peeping this year? Make sure you plan ahead so you know when and where to get the best views.