Hyde Hall Mansion in Cooperstown, New YorkA dazzling neoclassical masterpiece on the shores of Otsego Lake, Hyde Hall is a National Historic Landmark in Cooperstown, New York featuring original furnishings, antiques, and artwork. Built by George Clarke in 1917, enjoy fascinating docent-guided tours daily detailing the unique art and history of the mansion. Plus, explore the grounds of Hyde Hall or relax on the lawn for a picnic overlooking legendary Otsego Lake, which inspired James Fenimore Cooper's famed "Leatherstocking Tales."
Hours -Open daily, 10am-4pm, from Mother's Day through October 31st.
Prices -Admission prices range from $8-$10. Children under age 6 enter free.
Events -Exhibitions and Holiday events vary
- Visitors' center
- Guided tours
- Picnic areas
- Landscaped grounds