Thomas Cole National Historic Site
Thomas Cole was an artist who cared passionately about the American landscape and founded this country’s first major art movement, now known as the Hudson River School.
Visit Cole’s historic home and studios in the landscape that inspired it all.
Explore Thomas Cole’s home and studios, hike to one of the magnificent views that he painted, see exhibitions of American landscape painting, and so much more.
Dogs are welcome, providing they are leashed during open hours. However, they may not enter the buildings or go onto the porch of the Main House. Service animals are an exception.
Grounds are open daily, sunrise to sunset; Grounds are FREE
Tours are suspended at this time.