Thomas Cole National Historic Site

Address 218 Spring St
Catskill, NY 12414
Phone (518) 943-7465
Website Click Here
Hours Wednesdays through Sundays through November 2 - 10 am to 4 pm. Grounds are open year round, dawn until dusk.
Themes Arts & Culture, Natural History
Add to Itinerary   What's Nearby
 

Details

Thomas Cole was a painter, poet, essayist, environmental protection advocate and founder of the Hudson River School of painting. His home and studio can be toured at the Thomas Cole House in Catskill and visitors can walk the gardens and landscapes seen in his famous paintings that began the uniquely American style of art known as the Hudson River School. One can still see the views that inspired those paintings by following the Hudson River School Art Trail hudsonriverschool.org

Loading Map

Amenities

History
  • Historic sites:
  • Path Through History:
Art & Culture
  • Film:
  • Galleries & Art spaces:
Museums
  • Art & Culture Museums:
  • Historical Museum:
Path Through History Information
  • Brochures Maps:
  • Descriptive Signage:
  • Exhibits:
  • Gift Shop:
  • Guided Tours:
  • Official PTH Site:
  • Parking:
  • Restrooms:
  • Sites Dates Hours: Wednesdays through Sundays through November 2 - 10 am to 4 pm. Grounds are open year round, dawn until dusk.