Next weekend, June 18 and 19, is Path Through History Weekend, the two-day event that showcases New York's rich history with events at historic and cultural destinations throughout the state. As has become a tradition, the Dr. Oliver Bronson House, Hudson’s own National Historic Landmark, is one of those destinations.
Historic Hudson will opening the house for public visitation from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, June 18, and from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Sunday, June 19. To mark Path Through History Week, an exhibition entitled Past, Present & Future of the Dr. Oliver Bronson House be installed in the southeast parlor.
Don't miss the chance to visit this legendary architectural gem, significant for its association with Alexander Jackson Davis, one of the most successful and influential architects of the 19th century, and learn about its more than two century history and Historic Hudson's plans and aspirations for its future.
The Dr. Oliver Bronson House is located on the grounds of the Hudson Correctional Facility. Access is from Worth Avenue. Signs will direct you along the carriage road to the house.
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