Spring has sprung! That means some of Putnam County’s best attractions are about to re-open after a long winter
Boscobel : April 1st Wednesdays-Mondays 9:30am- 5pm
Boscobel is one of Putnam’s top destinations that is about to open for the season. Visitors can tour the Boscobel House built in the 1800’s, walk through the blooming gardens and grounds, and see spectacular views of the Hudson River and Constitution Marsh.
Chuang Yen Monastery : April 1st 9am-5pm
Chuang Yen Monastery is home to the largest Buddha statue in the Western hemisphere and is one of the most unique attractions in Putnam. As of April 1, visitors will also have access to the Thousand Lotus Terrace, Seven Jewel Lakes, and expansive grounds.
Stonecrop Gardens : April 1st Mondays-Saturdays select Sundays 10 am-5pm
Stonecrop Gardens in Cold Spring has become a treasured destination among garden visitors and horticultural enthusiasts. After April 1, visit the garden display that includes a diverse collection of plants and gardens spanning 12 acres of well manicured property. Stonecrop also includes a Conservatory, a display Alpine House and the Pit House, with an extensive collection of over fifty plant families.