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The Ten Broeck Mansion in Albany, New York was built in 1797. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1971. A decade later it was included as a contributing property to the Arbor Hill Historic District–Ten Broeck Triangle when that neighborhood was listed on the Register.
Just looking at the beautiful old buildings
Its an old house with some cool old stuff, and it was certainly interesting, but the house is all of eight rooms, sparsely furnished, and if you've have any experience with houses/museums of the period this will be nothing new or exciting and will only take about fifteen minutes. I enjoyed my visit, but was glad I went on a "free" day and can't imagine going back.
A lovely secret garden hidden in the middle of downtown Albany. There was no one else there for the better part of an hour. Plenty of space to lounge about, surrounded by greenery.
Wonderful play, little Foxes.
One of the finest local historical sites in Albany County.
House is pretty cool. Located in a not so safe neighborhood. Tour was neat. House could use a bit more staging and information. All in all, worth a quick visit.
Knowledgeable staff and beautiful location. The gardens are stunning and the indoor of the mansion transports you back in time. It even has an original wine cellar from prohibition.