Welcome to Olana! We take the health and safety of our staff and visitors very seriously. Our top priority is the well-being of our team, our patrons, and our community.
New York State Parks are open. Access to Olana’s 250-acre landscape is free. The park is open every day from 8AM to Sunset. We encourage you to explore Frederic Church’s designed landscape with five miles of carriage roads as a way to enjoy the outdoors. Please note that Olana is a Carry-In, Carry-Out, tobacco-free environment. Dogs are welcome outdoors and must be leashed at all times.
Please note: If the parking lot is full, you may park on the right side only of the main road.
Photo: Peter Aaron/OTTO
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Vintage, handmade, unique items for everyone.
The Olana Museum Store is open
Friday-Sunday, 10:00AM – 4PM
Thank you for shopping at Olana. Your purchase supports our work to restore, protect, and interpret Frederic Church’s Olana.
Olana is partially accessible to people with mobility limitations and other types of accessibility concerns. Please purchase an ADA ticket (no additional charge) so that we are prepared to host your visit.
Visitors using wheelchairs may access the historic house approach road and the main floor of the historic interiors. The Visitor Center and restrooms are also accessible. Access to the historic interiors is via a lift, whose dimensions are 33 inches wide and 46 inches deep. Olana’s hydraulic lift is limited to 600 pound maximum. Access to the second floor interiors requires multiple flights of stairs.
Winter Geocache Challenge
Now through April 17, 2023
Olana State Historic Site is excited to participate in New York State Park’s Taconic Region’s 5th Annual Taconic Winter Geocaching series!
Geocaching is a FREE go-at-your-own-pace outdoor treasure hunt for visitors of all ages. Explore New York State Parks and hone your detective skills while searching for hidden caches and logging your finds. Join the fun! Enjoy the winter weather and fresh air while you explore Olana!
How: Visit www.geocaching.com for more information on geo-caching and create your account today!
Hudson River Skywalk
The Hudson River Skywalk is a scenic 6-mile round trip pedestrian walkway where the Hudson River School of landscape painting began. The walkway connects Frederic Church’s Olana and the Thomas Cole Site via the Rip Van Winkle Bridge and features sweeping views of the Hudson River Valley and the Catskill Mountains.
The Hudson River Skywalk Region includes the City of Hudson and the Village of Catskill, which both offer historic downtowns with restaurants, shopping and accommodations. Hudson River Skywalk is a collaboration between the New York State Bridge Authority, Thomas Cole National Historic Site, The Olana Partnership and Olana State Historic Site.
To see the map, click here.
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