Hyde Park Antiques Center
There is history to more than just the antiques and collectibles offered at the Hyde Park Antiques Center.
This sprawling facility of over 9,500 square feet of antique vendor area sits on a prominent site on Route 9 in the central corridor of Hyde Park, in Dutchess County, New York. The building is poised behind a pond on the main tourist route between two Hudson River landmarks maintained by the National Park Service - the historic Franklin D. Roosevelt Home/Presidential Library facility and the Vanderbilt Estate.
The original core building at this site dates back to the late 1700's when it was operated for years as a Stage Stop on the Post Road between New York City and Albany, New York. Over the years it has earned the added distinction of being the headquarters for President Roosevelt's secret service contingent.
In more recent times, it has been a furniture store and, ultimately, an antiques showcase. For more than fifteen years it has operated as the "Hyde Park Antiques Center" a premier Antique Vendor Mall delighting antique dealers - along with the local and tourist populations - with an ever-changing landscape of authentic antiques and collectibles from yesteryear.