We liked this stop on our trip up and down the river. It is the first historical home for a parks department in the country (run by NY State). Students take you on a tour every 30 minutes. The walk through and history is very interesting. The view excellent. The museum should not be missed before or after the tour.
The museum and it's house tour guides taught me more than I ever knew about GW. I love the house tour and learned about what life was like in the 1700's. Google maps took us to a wrong location but not far from the correct spot. It wasn't hard to find the site from the wrong spot. This small town... 更多
As a kid growing up I was able to spend a lot of time here I love learning about George Washington and the troops as a adult I still go back
This museum is well worth a stop. It is set up so well with wonderful artifacts upstairs. There is a kiosk near the displays that you put in the number of the artifact and it will tell you everything about it on the screen. Then there is a tour of Washington's headquarters which is well done. Our guide was terrific.
Luckily, this and many other historical attractions are practically in my back yard. We arrived and we parked on the street right out front. After we started walking around, I learned there is actually parking for the Washington Headquarters site. Our first stop on grounds was the museum, where we paid $4 a piece and then got to browse around... 更多
We went on the 4th of July and really enjoyed the experience. At first we were a little nervous as the surrounding area was a bit rough but the parking was fenced off and we felt safe. The grounds were well kept. We didn't take the tour so I can't speak to the cost or that experience but the museum... 更多