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The Clermont Mansion

1 Clermont Ave, Germantown, NY 12526-5632
+1 518-537-4240
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Oldest riverfront estate in the mid-Hudson Valley region.
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  • Average5%
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“hudson river” (14 reviews)
“house tour” (3 reviews)
“off season” (3 reviews)
1 Clermont Ave, Germantown, NY 12526-5632
+1 518-537-4240
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

An excellent tour, I highly recommend it. Good lesson in early American history. Did not know that the Hudson River used to be called the North River.

Thank Howard10533
Reviewed 8 July 2017

It was so interesting. They all know so much about the Livingston family. The view of the Hudson River is awesome. The house is preserved as it was with furnishings etc. I really enjoyed my solo tour. They also have a video in visitors center...More

Thank travelagogo2016
Reviewed 6 June 2017

The house and tour was wonderful. So much information! The views were spectacular. I took a lot of great pictures inside and outside. Highly recommend especially if you like old houses and beautiful scenery.

Thank n o
Reviewed 23 May 2017

Title says it all! It's gorgeous. Wonderful rolling green lawns, plenty of parking, friendly people. Just don't mix this place up with Clermont vineyards and winery. Not related, and that place was horrid. But this spot is cool. If your this far out already, head...More

Thank Ashley D
Reviewed 11 May 2017

Of all the places which we visited during our vacation in the central part of the Hudson River Valley, I think we enjoyed the Clermont Mansion the most. It was in the off season, so we were the only people on our tour of the...More

Thank Eagle68
Reviewed 22 April 2017

First, if you can visit during the week in off season, do it -- you'll get a private tour full of fascinating information. Tours run on the hour, so try to get here about thirty minutes early to view the film and wander the exhibits...More

2  Thank Sharon P
Reviewed 3 November 2016

This was an interesting historical house tour. One of the first things they do on the tour is give everyone a copy of the family tree as they will discuss various family members who lived in the house during the tour. Like many houses on...More

Thank jjctraveler
Reviewed 31 October 2016

The tour was very interesting. The museum exhibit as also informative. Then you can picnic right on the Hudson River. There are a lot of trails to hike, also.

Thank gcbnapa
Reviewed 22 October 2016

Last night we went to Clermont mansion Ghost Tour.we walked along pumpkin lined walkways to get to the entrance. It started with cider and donuts and candies while we waited. When the tour started, I didn't know what to expect. We walked thru the house...More

Thank Tsria523
Reviewed 12 October 2016 via mobile

Good insight into a family we had never heard mentioned before visit to Clermont Mansion. Livingston family had many roles of importance to the history of Hudson River Valley as well as USA. The women of the family also showed their importance. Our tour guide...More

Thank Lady NutHut
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