A non-profit educational organization, Historic Hudson Valley, protects, restores, and promotes various historical landmarks throughout the Hudson Valley region, to the entertainment and benefit of the public. Currently, the organization owns and restores many sites of historical significance or architectural distinction.
The association offers tours for visitors of all ages, as well as children’s educational programs and on-site events. John D. Rockefeller Jr. founded Historic Hudson Valley in 1951. Today, the organization serves more than 250,000 guests annually.
The most popular landmark in the Hudson Valley is Kykuit, the six-story home to four generations of the Rockefeller family. This building has been painstakingly maintained for the past 100 years.