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Osborne Homestead Museum


category : Museums
Former estate of Frances Osborne Kellogg. Elegant Colonial Revival home (1850), original antiques and fine arts. Formal rose and flower garden, English rock garden. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places.


Admission: Donation.
Hours: Late-Apr.-mid-Dec.,
Address: 500 Hawthorne Ave.
(adjacent to Osbornedale State Park)
Rte. 15 Ex. 57 or 58, Rte. 8 Ex. 15
Phone: (203) 734-2513

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