The Hudson Valley: Places to Explore

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Hyde Park

Hyde Park dates from 1702, when an estate on this land was named for Edward Hyde, Lord Cornbury, then the provincial governor of New York. Most famous for being the boyhood home of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, it's also home to an impressive summer mansion built by one of the Vanderbilts, as well as to the East Coast campus of the renowned Culinary Institute of America.

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