To a remarkable degree, the character of the Hudson River National Historic Landmark District remains intact. From the colonial era to the early 20th century, this region was characterized by the large “country seats” built by the Livingstons, the Vanderbilts, the Astors, and other prominent individuals. Many of these houses have been preserved or restored and are open to the public, drawing many visitors to our area. Throughout the district, many additional public and private homes and properties have historical significance we hope to preserve for years to come. Being a docent or volunteering is an exciting way to be part of our organization. Please contact us by email or phone if you are interested in volunteering. We hope you will join us!