Mount Gulian Historic Site

145 Sterling Street. Beacon, NY

Tucked away on twelve acres overlooking the majestic Hudson River, Mount Gulian is an 18th century Dutch Colonial Homestead with a large historic barn, meadow field and heritage garden, surrounded by deep woods. If it's a unique venue you're looking for, you’ll find it at Mount Gulian. The restored 1730's home served as a Revolutionary War Headquarters and is a national historic landmark. The comfortable museum rooms in the house are furnished with 18th and 19th century antiques and authentic reproductions. The reception room, which boasts a working fireplace, can accommodate fifty guests for a sit-down dinner, year round. The cozy 1740's Dutch-style barn, with its original wood plank floors and hand-hewn beams can accommodate up to one hundred and fifty guests for a sit down dinner, from May through October.