I'm not really a fan of the Hudson River School of art, though there are individual paintings I like a lot. This house and the grounds around it however are like being inside one of the paintings and are fantastic examples of the expansion of art into the natural world. Decades of work are bringing the vision back closer to its source and I admire the way the State of New York is allowing that vision to shape development within view of the house. I highly recommend the carriage tour, even if you're an active walker, because it will take you to places you might otherwise miss, and the effect of the house and grounds is an amazing experience.
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