Hyde Hall is a National Historic Landmark site, located eight miles north of Cooperstown, NY within the grounds of Glimmerglass State Park in Springfield, NY. The mansion is a stunning reminder of a bygone American era, when powerful English families established vast estates in their former colonies. The house itself is considered the finest example of neoclassic country mansions anywhere in the United States. Whether in the area for a quick trip or a longer stay, Hyde Hall is a top ten destination in the region for visitors and a wonderful resource for insight into the history of the Leatherstocking Region in Central NY.
Step back in time with a visit to Hyde Hall. Begin your tour in our newly remodeled visitor center located in the estate’s original gatehouse, Tin Top. Explore the house with its nearly 50 rooms and stunning architectural details, under the guidance of a skilled interpreter. See firsthand our ongoing restoration process. Bring your picnic lunch to enjoy on the lawn overlooking the unspoiled view of Otsego Lake that inspired George Clarke to choose this site nearly two hundred years ago. You are invited to spend the day as you experience grandeur in the country.
HYDE HALL IS CLOSED FOR TOURS UNTIL MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND 2020
Hyde Hall is open daily for tours from Memorial Day Weekend through October 31 each year. Tours are offered on the hour from 10:00 to 3:00 daily. Visitors of all ages will enjoy its beautiful grounds overlooking Otsego Lake and touring its rich collection of furniture, paintings, and decorative arts. It is located on the grounds of Glimmerglass State Park in Springfield, New York, eight miles north of Cooperstown. Picnickers are welcome!