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Schuyler Mansion is a historic house at 32 Catherine Street in Albany, New York, United States. The brick mansion is now a museum and an official National Historic Landmark. It was constructed from 1761 to 1765 for Philip Schuyler, later a general in the Continental Army and early U.S. Senator, who resided there from 1763 until his death in 1804. It was declared a National Historic Landmark on December 24, 1967. It is also a contributing property to the South End–Groesbeckville Historic District, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1984.
Beautiful home...well kept....so much history
The grounds are beautiful. A must stop for Hamilton fans.The staff are excellent, and they do fantastic historical reenactment’s.
The staff was the best! Our tour guide went above and beyond to make sure our experience was great! Very knowledgeable and passionate about their work at this historic landmark!
I walk past this site alot out standing place
This place was beautiful and the staff was super knowledgeable and friendly. We saw almost all the rooms and we're given a lot of background information that is not easy to find.
A nice place to go to see Albanys South end and part of Albanys history and there's a public library across from it and Lincoln park is right up on Morton ave a lot to do in that area
Very interesting story of early wealth and power Important to keep historic places, for visualization of how things have changed and what influenced those changes.
Staff could be friendlier, but the grounds and mansion are well maintained and a must for early-American history fans.
The tour guide was great. Super nice and knowledgeable, even for very, very specific questions that people asked. I also bought a little pin from their gift shop which is cute.
Great tour, Ian was outstanding. Knew soooo so much and told really great stories. Came after watching the Hamilton musical - it was great to get more context.