Bard College: The Montgomery Place Campus
An American Treasure
Montgomery Place, a 380-acre estate adjacent to the main Bard College campus and overlooking the Hudson River, is a designated National Historic Landmark set amid rolling lawns, woodlands, and gardens, against the spectacular backdrop of the Catskill Mountains. Renowned architects, landscape designers, and horticulturists worked to create an elegant and inspiring country estate consisting of a mansion, farm, orchards, farmhouse, and other smaller buildings. The Montgomery Place estate was owned by members of the Livingston family from 1802 until the 1980s. In 1986, Livingston heir John Dennis Delafield transferred the estate to Historic Hudson Valley in whose hands it remained until 2016, when Bard College acquired the property.
Montgomery Place Spring Salon Series
Montgomery Place: A Window on the World of Alexander Jackson Davis’ Architecture and DesignSaturdays, April 14 – May 5, 3:00 – 5:30 pm
Our Spring Salon Series takes place on four consecutive Saturdays beginning April 14. Join us for a series of conversations on the work of Alexander Jackson Davis, America's leading architect of country houses in the mid-19th century—many of them, including Montgomery Place, located in the Hudson River Valley. Admission is $25 per session or $90 for the entire series.
For tickets and more information, call 845-876-2474, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit hudsonriverheritage.org.