You Can Tour The Incredibly Luxurious Historic Vanderbilt Mansion In New York
By Lisa Sammons|Published September 07, 2021
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The Vanderbilt name is practically synonymous with wealth in America. One of the leading families of the Gilded Age, the Vanderbilts made their money in the railroad business. Most of us will never reach those levels of fortune; however, if you’re interested in this lavish, iconic American family, the Vanderbilt Mansion in New York is open for tours.
When the Vanderbilts passed away, the home was left to Louise’s niece, who eventually donated it to the U.S. Government. It is now in the care of the National Park Service and open for visitors. For more information about the Vanderbilt Mansion in New York, including hours and tours, visit the National Park Service website.
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