About Hyde Hall
Hyde Hall is a restored neoclassical nineteenth century house in New York and a museum of its own past.
Built by an Englishman named George Clarke (1768-1835), Hyde Hall went on to become the home of several generations of the Clarke family before becoming state property. Today, this historic home is a good place to discover the culture of rural Anglo-Americans during the early years of the Republic.
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